Victor Akinbile Killers Arrested: Security Guard Burns Boss Alive In His Car In Ikirun Osun State After Robbery

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Victor Akinbile Killers Arrested: Security Guard Locks Boss In Car Booth In Ikirun Osun state, Set Him Ablaze After Withdrawing N3Million

The killers of former FCMB banker, Victor Akinbile have been arrested.

The suspects identified as 51-year-old Bashiru Owolabi, 33-year-old Rafiu Ahmed, 35-year-old Waheed Rasheed and 27-year-old Kayode reportedly locked the deceased in his car booth before setting the car ablaze.

According to police investigation, the 4-man gang who consisted of Akinbile’s security guard carried out the act on the 26th of November 2017 when the businessman returned to his home in Ikirun from Lagos.

3 of the gang members who were alerted by Akinbile’s security guard broke into his house and stole N25,000. They later forced him to transfer three million naira into the bank account of one of them.

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They tied him up and locked him in his car booth, drove him to a secluded place and set the car ablaze, causing him to die a painful death.

The suspects were arrested the next day after Akinbile’s friends reported him missing to police.

Rafiu Ahmed, the owner of the account where the N3million was transferred gave the useful information that led to the arrest of the other gang members.

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12 thoughts on “Victor Akinbile Killers Arrested: Security Guard Burns Boss Alive In His Car In Ikirun Osun State After Robbery

  1. This is just too much to handle. A hardworking man working for his daily bread versus some lazy youths who just want to reap where they didnt sow. None of you will die well, may you also die painful deaths. What the heck is going on with people in this country? Domestic helps are fast becoming the problems of relatively comfortable people. Security guards, househelps, drivers now criminal masterminds! I am so pissed right now

    • DB you cant be bitter than me just as i’m typing this comment. I’m boiling up with a lot of anger right now but what has justice department done with all previous arrest? simple solution! lock those guys up in the car boot and set the car ablaze. The rate of crime in this Country has reached a pandemic stage and we do nothing to stop it. Let us ask ourselves, is this system working for us? gone are those days when our fore-fathers will place their yams maize and other crops by the road side but nobody dare to steal them, the reason is if you are caught, that is it. They were living a comfortable life then even though they were not rich like us but now, it is very difficult to sleep with both eyes closed in Nigeria.

  2. Someone’s son, uncle, father, husband and mentor….. life was cut short unjustly…..there’s an adage which says ” Bi iku ile ko ba pa ni, ti o de ko le pa no” without an insider these “alaye baje” won’t have access to this man. Rip man, may your killers have no peace. I wish an eye for an eye judgement could be given to them……….SAD!!!

  3. These heartless, God forsaken bastards should be made to suffer the way they punished this hardworking man. If I were the to be the judge I will sentence them to seat by steamrolling. Tie them up the way they tied this guy, lay them on the road and let a steamroller roll over them.

  4. I hear someone say”may God deliver our nation”. That is a pathetic statement @ young james. God will not come down from heaven to deliver innocent and helpless Nigerians from these hardened criminals and ritualists, unless your so called leaders get off their lazy ass, review and infused in the constitution stiff penalties and capital punishment for all these senseless killings. Period. Until they do that, crimes, killings and mutilations will not stop in that country. Shame on those good for nothing leaders they have in that country, bcuz they don’t give a hoot about all these crimes and killings u guys are talking about here. All they care about is looting the treasury and showing off their exquisite lifestyle with the stolen money. That is why i love Saudi Arabia system of govt.

  5. Ohhhhhh what a painful way to die. No one can ever imagine his last minute while in that burning car. Ohhhhhh God. Typing with tears.

  6. The killer of uncle victor akinbile will never know peace for the rest of their lives. Calamity upon calamity will continue to befall them.Amen.

  7. That judgement is exactly my recommendation, so they can feel the pain of their evil deed. Awon ika, apomolekun jaiye, alailaanu.

  8. This is so sad,can this be true, still like a dream, am in shock, still hoping it’s not you….rest in peace Victor, you were such a gentle soft spoken guy.
    May your killers never know peace, I wish they could be roasted alive for all to see……what a gruesome way to die……hmmmmm

  9. Mr Victor a perfect gentleman I had opportunity to meet in finBank, what a painful death for a good man. RIP Mr Akinbile

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