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Breaking : Ogun police captures wanted serial killer ‘Spartan’, dead

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The Ogun police command has  captured wanted serial killer , cultist and drug addict, Feyisola Dosunmu aka spartan.

According to source, he was arrested around 1pm on Tuesday and had been moved to the state police command headquarters,  Eleweran,  Abeokuta. 

OgunToday reports that the serial killer had been declared wanted by the police for months now. 

The State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, also confirmed the arrest.

Dosumu killed at least three persons

OgunToday reports that after hacking not less than three people to death at Ogere and Iperu in Ikenne local government area of the state early this year, Feyisola Dosumu, an alleged notorious cultist and drug addict reportedly went again on killing spree on Tuesday July 28, killing two people, one each at Ogere and Iperu Remo.

Feyisola Dosumu, also known as Spartan reportedly matcheted a nursing mother to death at Ogere before killing a security guard attached to one poultry farm at Iperu Remo.

Our Correspondent gathered that the Commissioner of police, CP Edward Ajogun was also at Iperu and Ogere over this incident.
A resident of one of the communities who spoke on condition of anonymity said that a detachment of police and Vigilante as well as Neighborhood Watch went on the trail of this alleged cultist the very day he committed the crime but couldn’t find him.

He was a mental patient

The serial killer said to be a graduate of Moshood Abiola Polytechnic (MAPOLY) Abeokuta was allegedly said to have been a thorn in the flesh of residents of Ogere Remo, his birthplace after joining cult group as soon as he got admission to the Polytechnic.

He was alleged to have taken to drugs and admitted at Neuro-Psychiatric Hospital, Aro, Abeokuta for treatment for mental disorder but escaped back to Ogere and became thorn in the flesh of the residents.

Dosunmu was said to have always promised and boasted of wishing to kill as many people as possible in the communities, hence, the palpable apprehension in the community.

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