Monarch, son, arraigned over suspected gay’s murder

Monarch, son, arraigned over suspected gay’s murder

Alhaji Nojeem Abioye, the Baale of Temidire Community in Agbado Oke-Odo area of Lagos State, and his son, Wahab Abioye, were on Wednesday arraigned before an Ikeja High Court for allegedly killing one Tunji Alaso, popularly known as Alhaji Gay.

The accused who were arraigned before Justice Lateef Lawal-Akapo on a two-count charge were ordered by the judge to be remanded in Kirikiri Medium Prison custody.
And the matter was adjourned till June 23.

Alhaji gay in July 2015 died from an apparent gunshot wound after he was attacked during a violent protest by residents and landlords in Temidire Community.

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A controversial figure, prior to his death, he was arrested by the Lagos State Police Command following a petition by the Alagbado community to the police commissioner, accusing him of being gay and a violent land grabber

He was also accused of being a police informant, and snitched on internet fraudsters.


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