Lagos Polytechnic Guard Slaughters His Own Colleague For Ritual (Photo)

As per a report by reaching, a private security protect utilized by the administration of the Lagos State Polytechnic (LASPOTECH), Ikorodu, Cletus Wilson, on Friday, purportedly killed one of his partners, John Okoro.

The administration of the polytechnic and the police have affirmed the advancement.

Witnesses disclosed to Premium Times that Mr Wilson had endeavored to escape soon after carrying out the wrongdoing, yet other security protects on the grounds pursued and got him.

They promptly revealed the issue at the police headquarters along Ikorodu-Sagamu Road, and its faculty visited the scene where Mr Wilson was given over to them.

As per an observer, who mentioned secrecy, Mr Wilson had admitted to the police that he hit Mr Okoro on his neck with an overwhelming metal before he later butchered him with cutlass.

"In all respects at an early stage Friday we heard the clamor on grounds that someone else had been killed by one of the security protects. It was after we moved close to the scene of the episode that we perceived how bloody the entire thing is," the observer said.

"Okoro is the watchman at the Chemical Engineering Department while Wilson works at the Computer Engineering Department. In the wake of butchering his injured individual, Wilson likewise cut his hands. He was going to escape with the body parts before he was gotten in the shrubbery by other security men. He was bound by the police and his photo taken as he sat next to the body on the open field where the carcass was stored."

Talking on the advancement, the polytechnic's representative, Olanrewaju Kuye, said both the person in question and the supposed offender are individuals from the re-appropriated security agents connected by the school.

He said; "The report of the homicide case is valid. Both of them work for Kramoo Securities, a privately owned business, which provided them to the school. We have since detailed the occurrence to both the police and the security organization.

"We know it is for custom reason however the police would unwind the subtleties in their examinations."

The divisional cop accountable for the police headquarters, Adekunle Omisakin, in a phone discussion with CAMPUS GUIDE said the issue is at present being explored by his station.

"Truly, there was a homicide case on the grounds today and the supposed guilty party is in our authority," Mr Omisakin said.

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