Oludare and Adedoyin
According to Sahara Reporters, a Closed Circuit Television installed at the Hilton Hotels and Resorts, Ile-Ife, Osun State has shown how a Master of Business Administration student of Obafemi Awolowo University, Timothy Oludare was killed.
The report stated that the CCTV camera reportedly revealed how the owner of the hotel, Rahmon Adedoyin, his son, Raheem, and Adedoyin’s aide, Moshood, carried out the murder.
This was revealed by the founder of an Ibadan, Oyo State-based radio station, Agidigbo FM, Oriyomi Hamzat, in a video posted on his Instagram page on Friday, Sahara Reporters reports.
Oludare had lodged at the hotel when he came to write his examinations in OAU late last year before he was murdered by the owner and staff of the facility.
Hamzat, who is also a human rights activist, said on Friday that the police had given him authorization to reveal the content of the CCTV that showed how Oludare was killed.
He revealed that there will soon be a court case on the matter.
He also disclosed that among the four suspects, three had been declared wanted as it was only Adedoyin that was in the custody of the police.
He said, “They entered his room at 12 midnight. We have seen the CCTV but the police have taken them away. It was revealed that they entered by 12:00am. Who are the suspects that killed Timothy? Moshood who is like a personal assistant to Adedoyin and an accomplice was involved as CCTV showed he entered, then Adedoyin entered, and Raheem, the son of Adedoyin and managing director of the hotel entered.
“After some minutes, we saw that they went out of the room. As they went out, they wrapped Timothy’s corpse with a hotel duvet, and tighten it with a rope. They then put it in a big carton and tighten it again with a rope. They put his body in the boot of a car and drove out.”
Hamzat said as the police continued their investigation on the matter, the family will begin preparation for the burial of the deceased.
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