By Arogundade Nafisat
An Osun State Magistrate Court sitting in Osogbo, on Monday ordered the remand of four persons for allegedly killing a serving corps member in Osogbo.
The suspected Killers are Jelili Kareem (29), Oludayo Oludele (34), Awodeji Muyiwa (36), Anifowose Buliaminu (25).
The suspects according to a charge sheet obtained by CityMirrorNews Correspondent allegedly committed the dastardly act on or about January 28, 2020 at Omo west Osogbo
The charge further stated that Kareem, Oludele and Muyiwa allegedly shot and killed Adebayo Mukaila after dispossessing him of his recharge cards valued N300,000 and carted away a sum of N2,500 belonging to deceased.
The third accused person, Buliaminu did unlawfully received the stolen recharge cards worth N300,000, the charge sheet stated.
The pleas of the first, second and third accused persons were not taken just as the forth defendant pleaded not guilty to a count charge of unlawfully received of stolen materials leveled against him.
The defense counsel K.A Adepoju prayed the court for the bail of the forth defendant, saying his offence is bailable one.
The Magistrate Modupe Awodele ordered the remand of first, second and third defendants in police custody and grant the forth defendant bail of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum, one of the sureties must be civil servants
She, thereafter, adjourned the matter till July 13, 2020
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