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Prophet, mom and her son remanded for killing, eating 400 Level LASU student

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Three people on trial for the alleged murder of a 400-level Lagos State University (LASU) student, Favour Daley-Oladele, have been remanded in prison.

The trio – a prophet, Segun Philip; a woman, Bola Adeeko; and her son, Owolabi Adeeko – were on Friday arraigned before an Osun State High Court sitting in Osogbo, the Osun State capital over the murder.

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The prosecutor from the Ministry of Justice, Kemi Bello, had brought the suspects before the court on two counts of conspiracy and murder.

The charge was not read for the three accused persons and they did not have counsel.

The presiding Judge, Justice Grace Onibokun adjourned the matter to March 3rd and 10th, 2021 for hearing and ordered they should be remanded in a Correctional Facility.

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The Ogun State Police Command arrested the self-acclaimed prophet alongside Owolabi over the killing of Daley-Oladele a final year Sociology student at the Lagos State University.

After the arrest, Owolabi narrated how he used his girlfriend to prepare a ritual meal for himself and his mother who according to him was ‘broke’.

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The deceased was said to have left home to an unknown destination since December 8, 2019, and was not seen. The case was reported by her parent at Mowe Police Station.

The police said their investigation led them to a white garment church, pastored by Philip in Ikoyi-Ile, Osun State, where the student was murdered by her boyfriend, Owolabi.



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