The police have captured a minister, Pastor Timothy Adigun, of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, Shere Koro, Bwari Area Council, Federal Capital Territory for professedly helping a couple, Mr. what’s more, Mrs. Olaoye, to cover a kid that passed on in their home.
The couple had supposedly fled with the collection of Ayomide Samuel, who kicked the bucket at their habitation in the Zone B region of the group on December 25 a year ago.
The essential four understudy was said to have surrendered the apparition after he was professedly hit on the head with a protest by the housewife on Christmas Day.
The police had left on a manhunt for the couple for escaping with Samuel’s cadaver after they were coordinated to report the occurrence at the Bwari Divisional Police Station.
A source who knew about the examination told Northern City News on Friday that Adigun was captured by the police for helping the needed couple to cover the perished in an unmarked grave in Shere Koro during the evening.
It was accumulated that the couple had before taken the cadaver of the kid to a facility, however the specialists apparently requesting that they bring a police report before they would concede the body.
The source said, “The laborers at the facility declined to concede the body when they saw blood everywhere throughout the vehicle. Mr. Olaoye then moved toward the Chief of Shere Koro people group to buy a real estate parcel for the internment of the kid, however the boss cannot, so he reached Pastor Adigun, one Kayode and two cops who are individuals from the congregation to help with the entombment.”
Yet, taking after thorough examination by the police, every one of the general population that partook in the internment of the expired were recognized, prompting to the capture and detainment of the minister for professedly driving the entombment group.
The FCT Police Public Relations Officer, Manzah Anjuguri, affirmed that examiners had captured Adigun for association in the illicit entombment of Samuel.
He added that endeavors were continuous to secure the Olaoyes, who, he said, were the prime suspects in the crime case.
“We have a suspect in authority in regard of the case; he helped the couple to cover the expired. The police are on the trail of the prime suspects, we are endeavoring to get them,” Anjuguri said.