Lagos OPC members kill a man for breaking into a hotel room during love sex
The Lagos State Police Command is currently tracking down Oodua People’s Congress members who beat a man to death in FESTAC after the deceased entered a hotel room.
Reporters learned that a man was killed on suspicion of performing rituals after breaking into a room at the Grass Copper hotel.
According to a police report from the city’s FESTAC department, the suspect burst into the room where the lover and his girlfriend were.
Reporters from the Sahara learned from an eyewitness that the lovers were having sex in a hotel room when the suspect entered.
“He was captured and handed over to the hotel guards. The guards, in turn, handed him over to nearby OPC members. The tenant and his girlfriend had sex, and this is what attracted the intruder. He was suspected of ritualism, ”added the witness.
It became known that members of the OPK, without resorting to the help of the police, attacked the violator and beat him until he lost consciousness and died.
He was then rushed to the main hospital on the mainland, Yaba, where his death was confirmed.
A police report obtained by the Sahara Reporter states that a bag containing women’s clothing was found on the deceased.
The report reads in part: “Today, December 13, at around 7:30 am, a security guard at the Grass Copper Hotel received a complaint that a customer named Ahmed Shaybu from Tajudin Ogusei Street in Ejigbo introduced the hotel with his girlfriend in number of Egypt.
“The client reported that an unknown person burst into his room; they arrested him and handed him over to the guards on duty. Subsequently, the unknown was beaten by the OZP officers, who are now hiding from justice.
“He received injuries on his body and was taken to a hospital where he was being treated. At the main hospital in mainland China, a doctor confirmed his death. A bag with women’s clothing was seized from the deceased. ”
Police noted that investigators visited the scene, photographed, and the body was placed in the morgue of the mainland general hospital, Yaba, Lagos.
Source: – Sahara Reporter.