Photo: Bricklayer Mistaken For Taxi Driver Beaten To Death In Sagamu Ogun State

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Oct 21, 2016 – Picture: Bricklayer Mistaken For Taxi Driver Beaten To Death In Sagamu Ogun State

A case of mistaken identity has led to the untimely death of a man in Ogun State

Pictured above is 50-year-old Oyadara Adeleke, a family man who was accused of robbing a big madam on the 10th of September.

The deceased who was a bricklayer was accused of robbing his taxi passenger last month.

He was traced to his house in Kujore area of Iwelepe in the Sagamu area of Ogun state where he was beaten to a pulp before being dragged to the police station.

Here is what the widow of the deceased told police yesterday:

The wife of the deceased bricklayer said contrary to the claim of those who killed her husband, the man was never a taxi driver.

He succumbed to his injuries at Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital on Sunday.

His family members have hired a lawyer to take up the case.

11 thoughts on “Photo: Bricklayer Mistaken For Taxi Driver Beaten To Death In Sagamu Ogun State

  1. The lawyer hired should see to it that he or she succeed in proving the innocence of the deceased. This type of jungle justice and the taking of law into one’s hand is totally uncalled for and so prevalent in our country.

    Our laws enforcement agencies should ensure their is tougher punishment for any individual found or caught in this type of misdemeanor or terrible misdeed.

    According to law, the now deceased person is still innocent until proven otherwise in the court. And for the fact that he met his untimely death in the hands of hoodlums,rouge and criminals shows clearly that those who killed him should not escape justice.

  2. That is why jungle justice is not good! No means of verifying the identity before punishment and the real culprit is still walking free out there. Cha aaaaiiiii ! God forbid bad thing !
    RIP man.

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