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Around May, 2020, an hotelier, Alhaji Jimoh Bello who owns J B hotel in Owode, Yewa South LG area of Ogun State was declared missing, his bloated body was later found inside the booth of his Toyota Camry in omo-ilu owotedo in idiroko. Then, nobody knew how the dead body got there or what led to the death of the hotelier.

Since that time, Operatives of the Nigeria Police,Ogun Command began investigation into the matter and on Thursday 10, December, 2020 revealed a 20 years old herbalist as the killer of the Late hotelier.

The Police Public Relations Officer of the Command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi in a release sent to journalists explained that Dosu, an herbalist, who was arrrested after investigation, confessed that Alhaji Jimoh Bello contracted him to prepare money charms for him.

Dosu said he charged the hotelier the sum of #300,000 for the job and #250,000 was given by the hotelier as part payment. But, unfortunately the charms did not work, this angered Alh.Belllo and he started threatening him(dosu).

“I did not want him to inform the police, that was why I invited him to come to my house for a ritual and to eat a conconction that would bring weath for him but I killed him that day”

Alhaji Bello told his wife that he was going to town in his Camry car. He went to Dosu’s house and never returned. It was poisoned conconction that the young herbalist gave to Alh.Jimoh Bello to eat, he slumped and died immediately.

The young herbalist thereafter packed the dead body of Bello into the Camry booth and drove to omo-ilu owotedo area and abandoned the car there.

On 31st May, 2020, the bloated body of Jimoh Bello was discovered in the booth of the Camry thus prompting investigations until they discovered that it was Dosu who was last seen with the hotelier that caused his untimely death.

Meanwhile, the State Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun assured journalists that Dosu would soon appear before the court for charge of murder.

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