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Alleged Gay: Man Machetes Brother To Death

The Ogun State Police Command has apprehended a suspect identified as Ibrahim Salisu, for allegedly macheting his brother, Malaimi Yellow, to death over alleged sexual demand.

The incident was said to have happened in the Araromi Street, Sango-Ota area at about 11:00 p.m. on Friday.

NIGERIACRIME gathered that the man killed his 54-year-old brother because he was pestering him (Salisu) for sex.

The police alleged that following Yellow’s ceaseless demands, the younger brother was said to have drawn out a machete to end his life.

Confirming this, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in the state, Odutola Omolola, disclosed that the corpse of Yellow had been recovered and deposited at the Ifo General Hospital Mortuary for autopsy.

“He has confessed to the crime. He told our men, who arrested him, that he killed his brother because he kept disturbing him for sex. His case will soon be transferred once the preliminary investigation is completed,” Odutola stated on.

According to crime statistics for December 2023, before this current incident, the state had recorded about 18 murder cases and an additional eight sexual-related offenses across the state in the month alone.

Consequently, the police said they were working round-the-clock with other local security agencies to stem the tide of crimes in the state.

Meanwhile, the Federal Road Safety Corps, FRSC, Kaduna Sector Command, has said six persons died and 11 sustained injuries in a road crash on the Kaduna-Zaria expressway.

The Sector Commander, Mr Kabir Nadabo, said in Kaduna that the road traffic crash occurred at Aliko filling station on the Kaduna-Zaria expressway on Tuesday at about 06:25hrs.

Nadabo said the multiple accidents were caused by speeding and dangerous driving, which resulted in the temporary halting of motorists’ movement.

He, however, said that the road was now free and clear for movement, explaining that the rescue team of Zebra 35 Rigachikun responded promptly to the scene and conducted the rescue.

“The initial investigation of the crash revealed that 23 people were involved in the crash, 11 were injured and sadly, all 6 lost their lives,” Nadabo said.

He said that the investigation revealed that the Toyota bus was coming from Ilesha and heading to Batsari, in Katsina State, adding, “The driver was at high speed, lost control and rammed into a moving vehicle, thus causing the crash.”

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