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Man Disguised As Spiritualist Killed Retired Custom Officer & Daughter In Lagos

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June 19, 2014 – Fraudster Killed Retired Custom Officer & Daughter In Lagos..Azeez Offers Police N9M To Cover Up Evidence

Man Disguised As Spiritualist Killed Retired Custom Officer & Daughter In Lagos After Selling Her Properties For N375M

A suspected fraudster, Alhaji Olatunji Azeez, has allegedly killed a 64-year old retired customs officer, Angela Uzo Kery and her adopted 10-year-old daughter, Obiagulum after selling the victim’s landed properties.

Azeez was arrested with two alleged accomplices by the police at Oko Oba Division under Area ‘G’ Command, Lagos State, southwest Nigeria, after the missing victims was traced to him during investigation.

It was alleged that the suspect offered N9 million bribe to the police to persuade them not to proceed with the investigation but it was turned down by the officers in charge of the investigation.

During interrogation, Azeez allegedly confessed to the police that he deceived the customs officer that he was a spiritualist and told her that her family members were after her properties.

The suspect allegedly told her to bring the documents of all her landed properties for prayers, which she did.

According to Azeez, the victim gave him the documents of her landed properties at Omole, Oko-Oba and Ajah and he sold them at N75 million, N120 million and N180 million respectively.

When the police asked him about the whereabouts of the victims, he allegedly offered them bribe but the police assured him of their cooperation if he confessed to them.

The suspect allegedly admitted that he had killed the victims, adding that he killed the girl also because she knew all about the deal.

The death of the victims was discovered when the younger sister of the retired customs officer, Susan reported that her sister was missing to the police at Oko-Oba Division.

According to the police, when Susan paid a visit to her sister on 31 May, she discovered that the customs officer and her daughter had not returned home since 10 May when they went for a prayer session at Sango area of Ogun State, southwest Nigeria.

The police were told that the victim left home in her Toyota Camry car marked LND 554 A2 and during investigation, the car, through its tracking device, was traced to an uncompleted building in Alakuko area of Lagos.

When the police team from Oko-Oba and Alakuko divisions visited the building, two suspects, Ahmed Sholotan and Waliu Akiniyi were arrested in connection with the missing car.

P.M.NEWS learnt that the owner of the uncompleted building is living in the United States but asked Akiniyi to take care of the building.

When Akiniyi was arrested he told the police that Sholotan told him to keep the car for him until they find a buyer.

The police arrested Sholoton and he took them to Sango, where Azeez was arrested.

When contacted , the Lagos State, police image maker, DSP Ngozi Braide confirmed the incident.

The matter has been transferred to the State Anti-Robbery Squad, SARS, Ikeja for further investigation.

[Reported By Yussuf Mohammed PM News Lagos]

9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Michelle O

    June 19, 2014 at 3:35 PM

    Is unbelievable the extent Nigerians can cause a damge because of money. This ain’t funny no more

  2. patoya

    June 19, 2014 at 3:50 PM

    I feel so sorry for this woman and her daughter. Only heaven knows what could have driven her to such desperation as to trust a supposed man of God with her properties.I strongly believe in God but i do not believe i need to go through anyone to ask my God for any favours. I am capable of doing that myself.This is just so sad.Nigerians need to wake up and watch out for all these fake men of God. My their souls rest in peace.

  3. faihi

    June 19, 2014 at 4:43 PM

    Madam michelle,biko it’s not only nigerians, its everywhere in d world,so pls rephrase ur statement,people kill out of jealousy,bcos they stupidly believe dat they deserve wat som1 else has worked sooooo hard for,i pray those evil men get hanged!

  4. Anonymous

    June 19, 2014 at 6:09 PM

    This is insane. How can someone be so heartless? First, using the name of The Lord in vain; then converting someone else’s property and then committing double murders. This is absolute madness. These savages should face the wrath of The Lord and never see the daylight of freedom ever again.

  5. bado

    June 19, 2014 at 7:44 PM

    God will punish you all,i keep asking myself some questions that why pple are so heartless like this becos of money.

  6. O Nels

    June 19, 2014 at 8:08 PM

    Even if the properties was sold for billions of naira u will still die one day, leave everything behind and face the judgement throne of God. Killing in the name of material possession. May the souls of the departed ones rest in peace.

  7. Toto

    June 19, 2014 at 9:28 PM

    You no see their belle diabetes will kill them in prison useless men

  8. sharton

    June 19, 2014 at 9:36 PM

    what a painful death some people are real evil,my God this is bad news.

  9. beta pikin

    June 20, 2014 at 7:10 AM

    Na wah many of us are worse than BH o. Yet we cry bad govt wen our hearts are full of unimaginable evil… d end is here!

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