How we killed Aisha Alli-Balogun; abducted her daughter, others — Suspects

The police high command in Abuja yesterday, disclosed that it has apprehended two more suspects who took part in the kidnap of 8 schoolgirls and staff of Nigeria Turkish International College, NTIC, Ogun State, last month, while the sum of N3 million was recovered from the latest suspects. .

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Alex Super, also known as Yanga and Egbasimokumo Ayeomi, were arrested last Monday night at Majidun/Ajegunle Area of Ikorodu, Lagos state, few hours after they left their camp, inside the Ikorodu creeks. .

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According to reliable police source, the suspects also confessed to the December 2016 killing of Aisha Ali-Balogun, a presenter of a popular comedy show, Stand Up Nigeria.

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On the occasion, Ali-Balogun’s  2-year-old daughter and six others were abducted by the gunmen who stormed the Ikorodu Road clad in military uniforms, shooting indiscriminately during the operation. .

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Six other suspects, including a militant general Philip Joel, also known as General Kakadu and a nurse, Felicia Weinoh, who specialized in treating ailing victims and members of the kidnapping gang terrorizing Lagos and Ogun states, were earlier arrested. .

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When Vanguard interviewed the suspects, they confessed, saying they collected N2m each from the ransom paid for the release of the NTIC victims. Super, 21, also explained how his gang killed Alli-Balogun in 2016. .

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He said: “I am a native of Arogbo, Ondo State. We have 38 rifles in our den. Although, we all shot indiscriminately but the people at the front were the ones that killed people.

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My gang leader, American, was the one who killed Alli-Balogun. He told us that when he stopped her car, she sped off and he shot her because she almost killed him with the car. That it was after killing her that he abducted her daughter. We’re paid N500,000, before we released the 2–year-old girl.”

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