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Police Arrest Illegal Ogun Monarch, 4 Others Over Land Grabbing, Trespass, Attempted Murder

It was reliably gathered that accused persons were rearrested after they jumped police bail at State Police Command, Eleweran, Abeokuta.



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The men of the Nigeria Police Force(NPF) attached to the Special Investigation Department(SID) of the Criminal Intelligent and
Investigation Department(FCIID), Alagbon, Ikoyi-Lagos, had arrested the acclaimed monarch of Oluke-Orile town, via Itori in Ewekoro Local Government Area of Ogun State, Mr. Ishau Adeola Balogun, over alleged attempted murder, trespass, peculiar insult, public assault, and grabbing of the land belonging to the Children of late Chief Arayomi Osuji who was the real owner of the vast land situated at Oluke-Orile town.

Others arrested along with Mr. Balogun with phone number:-+2349052631227)*, are; Shakiru Onadimokun, Bamitale Jubril Akinsanya,*Kabiru Onadimokun, and Benjamin Oluwalolese and the accused persons have been boasted to terminate the lives of the Children of late Chief Arayomi Osuji* for rejecting them from encroaching their father’s landed property.

It was reliably gathered that accused persons were rearrested after they jumped police bail at State Police Command, Eleweran, Abeokuta,
adding that the case on the same subject matter was handled by Supol Adewale Adeyinka(+2348033300778) as Team Leader and Inspector
Adegoke(+2347039884808) was the Investigation police officer(IPO) at State Command, Eleweran, Abeokuta.

The  National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) under its official, Mrs. Sijuwade Adetona(+2348035642582), had taken over the matter from the human rights body, Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice (CHRSJ) and the Police authority has directed the Senior Police officer to be in charge of the matter at Alagbon Police Headquarters, CSP Aina Philip (+2348067990566) with the Team Leader, Officer Emmanuel(+2348032546224).

It would be recalled that the Osuji Arayomi family of Oluke-Orile town had earlier disowned Mr. Kazeem Ajiboye(2348032227257), an acclaimed land agent and the Chief Executive Officer(CEO), Oluomo & Company, Ota, to stay away from their landed property situated at Oluke-Orile town, adding that it was contained in an Affidavit of Claims of Landed Property belonging to late Chief Arayomi Osuji, dated 24th day of March,2022 and deposed to by the Six(6) Children of Late Chief Arayomi Osuji.

The names of the children are; Chief Babatunde Jimoh Arayomi, Mrs. Olayide Adunni Osayemi(nee Arayomi), Mr. Idris Olamilekan Arayomi, Alfa Saburi Arayomi, Mr. Kolawole Adio Olaogun- Arayomi and Mrs. Fausat Modupeola Malomo(nee Arayomi) respectively.

Meanwhile, the human rights organization, the Centre for Human Rights and Social Justice (CHRSJ) has called on the Inspector General of
Police(IGP), Dr. Kayode Egbetokun, and the Chairman, Police Service Commission(PSC), Chief Solomon Arase to ensure justice for the
children of late Osuji Arayomi on the subject matter, which the arrested accused persons were planning to take over their inheritance through the backdoor with violent attacks.

Reacting to the development on Friday, the CHRSJ’s Executive Chairman, Comrade Adeniyi Alimi Sulaiman, urged the police handling the matter at Alagbon Force Headquarters presently to ensure that the accused persons were charged to Court after the investigation of the Police might have been concluded without further delay in order to save the lives of the children of Osunji Arayomi from the hand alleged criminal land grabbers.

Comrade Sulaiman, therefore, commended the leadership of the Nigeria3 Police Force(NPF) and National Human Rights Commission(NHRC) for their job well done to apprehend the accused persons who have turned themselves into terror in the community, alleging the Police officers handling the matter at State Police Command, Eleweran, Abeokuta, of bias on the issue.

Recalling that the arrest was a result of the earlier CHRSJ  PetitionLetter dated *Wednesday 2nd day of March, 2022*, where the CHRSJ
called for * immediate arrest, investigation, interrogation and possible prosecution of the aforementioned alleged thugs and
land-grabbers, adding that “Late Chief Arayomi Osuji was the owner of the landed property situated, lying and being at Oluke-Orile town,
measuring approximately 91.988 Hectares and 227.308 acres of land vide provisional copy Survey Plan NO.OG/93/2021/012* and another one at *Ipaso, Oluke-Orile village via Itori in Ewekoro Local Government area of Ogun State, measuring approximately (A)91.518 Hectres and 226.147 acres of land, (B)5.030Hectres and 12.431 acres of land vide provisional copy Survey Plan N0:OG/93/2021/012.