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Court orders remand of suspected kidnappers of twins in Ibadan

An Iyaganku Chief Magistrates’ Courtroom sitting in Ibadan has ordered the remind of no fewer than seven suspected kidnappers.

DAILY POST gathered that the seven individuals have been arrested in reference to the kidnap of twins of an Ibadan based mostly cleric, Sheik Taofeek Akewugbagold.

On Monday the courtroom ordered that the suspects concerned within the kidnap of the two-year-old twins of the Oyo cleric be remanded in police custody.

The seven individuals are to be remanded in police custody, pending authorized recommendation.

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The suspected kidnappers have been; Mohammed Bashir, 33, Oyeleye Opeyemi, 25, Olumide Ajala, 36, Taiwo Ridwan, 30, Rafiu Mutiu, 35, Fatai Akanji, 49, and Modinat Rafiu, 29.

The suspected kidnappers have been charged with 5 counts bordering on conspiracy, kidnapping and protecting kidnapped victims of their home.

Prosecution Counsel, Olusegun Adegboye advised the courtroom that the suspects allegedly conspired collectively to kidnapped their victims.

Adegboye alleged that Mohammed, Oyeleye, Ajala, Taiwo, Rafiu and Fatai kidnapped a boy and his twin sister and demanded a ransom of N4 million from their father, Alhaji Taofeek Akewugbagold, earlier than releasing them after eight days in captivity

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The prosecution additionally alleged that Rafiu and his spouse Modinat made use of their home in Ogbere space, Ibadan, to maintain the victims for eight days

The offence, he stated, was dedicated on April 25, at about 7. 45pm at Alphonso Highway, behind PHCN workplace, Sasa space, Ojoo, Ibadan.

Adegboye stated the offence contravened the provisions of Part 516 of the Legal Code Cap 38, Vol. II, Legal guidelines of Oyo State and is punishable underneath sections 4 (2), 6 and eight of the Oyo State Kidnapping (Prohibition ) Regulation 2016.

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Chief Justice of the Peace Emmanuel Idowu, who didn’t take the plea of the suspects ordered that they’re remanded within the State Anti Theft Squad, Ibadan.

Idowu ordered the police to return the case file to the Oyo State Directorate of Public Prosecution, ( DPP for authorized recommendation).

The Justice of the Peace adjourned the matter till October 7, for point out.

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