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      justseyi
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      Adebayo Olamide Azeez, a 32-year-old graduate of Kwara State Polytechnic, has been implicated as a ritual killer operating in Ogun State, having confessed to using a social media app, MyChat, to lure female victims. This revelation came to light following a post by the Ogun State Police on their X page, detailing the arrest of Azeez along with Moses Abidemi Aruwaji and Maria Awuraji, who are believed to be his accomplices in a criminal syndicate engaged in ritual killings.

      The investigation that led to their arrests was initiated after Suleimon Adijat was reported missing at the Onipanu Division. The police disclosed that the couple, Moses and Maria, were apprehended prior to Azeez, who had initially fled but was later captured on February 23.

      Azeez admitted to assisting Moses in procuring female victims through MyChat for ritualistic murders. He stated his involvement began on September 23, 2023, and continued until January 11, 2024, driven by his inability to find employment despite his academic qualifications. According to Azeez, he managed to lure seven women to their deaths, for which he was compensated with payments ranging between N30,000 and N40,000.

      He detailed the process of attracting victims, particularly mentioning how he encountered Adijat Sulaimot on MyChat, arranged to meet her, and subsequently led her to the residence of Moses Abidemi for the grim purpose intended. The police further uncovered evidence linking the suspects to multiple victims, including the recovery of 10 female bags from Moses Abidemi Aruwaji’s shrine, indicating the killing of ten women at his residence in Igbo Olomi.

      The Ogun State Police have called on families with missing relatives to come forward to the SCIID in Eleweran, Abeokuta, as efforts continue to identify other victims of this heinous crime network. This case underscores the dangers lurking on social media platforms and the imperative for vigilance among users.

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