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ICYMI: How I killed many people for NURTW chairman in Lagos, suspect confesses

ICYMI: How I killed many people for NURTW chairman in Lagos, suspect confesses
February 17
19:22 2018
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Adeola Williams, a suspected serial killer better known as ‘Ade lawyer’ has confessed on how he allegedly took many lives on the instruction of Akanni Rafiu, the immediate past chairman of the Lagos chapter of the National Union Road of Transport Workers (NURTW).

Williams was paraded alongside Rafiu at the Lagos State Police headquarters on Friday.

Both of them were arrested by operatives of the inspector-general of police intelligence response team on Wednesday and Thursday, respectively.

Their arrest followed the murder of one Ganiyu Ayinla aka Pinero, the personal assistant to the NURTW chairman in Idumota, Azeez Lawal, known also as ‘Kunle Poly’.

‘Ade Lawyer’ confessed that Rafiu contracted him to assassinate Kunle Poly and they agreed on N1.5 million to execute the plan.

He alleged that after the attack, Rafiu refused to pay him the balance of N1 million having paid N500,000 upfront.

The refusal, he said, was because he eliminated the wrong target, rather than Kunle Poly himself.

The suspect also recounted that he had been hired to kill people, including traditional rulers.

“I carried out four killings for him (Raifu). During the clash between him and Musiliu Akinsanya (MC Oluomo), I killed two people for him . He said Kunle Poly betrayed him and contracted me to kill him,” Williams said.

He alleged that Rafiu sent a Toyota Camry to him through one ‘Skoda’, but that he rejected the car and demanded a jeep, which he said he got three weeks ago.

Rafiu admitted to giving Ade Lawyer N500,000 but said the money was not meant for the assassination of anyone.

He alleged that Ade Lawyer once shot dead about nine people who were heading for Lagos Island from Ajah, adding that he also once killed an NURTW chairman at Oyingbo.

 

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