Some members of the Oodua Peoples Congress who beat a man to death in FESTAC Town after the deceased broke into a hotel room are reportedly on the Lagos State Police Command trail.
After breaking into a room at the Grass Copper Hotel, Tropics Nigeria discovered that the man was killed because he was a ritualist.
The suspect broke into a room where a lover and his girlfriend were sleeping, according to the police report from the FESTAC Town Division.
Tropics Nigeria News heard from an eyewitness that when the suspect broke in, the lovers were allegedly having sex in the hotel room.
“He was caught and handed over to some hotel guards. The guards, in turn, handed him over to the OPC members in the area. The lodger and his girlfriend were having sex, and it was what attracted the intruder to break in. He was suspected to be a ritualist, “He was suspected of being a ritualist.
Tropics Nigeria heard that the members of the OPC descended on the attacker without recourse to the police and beat him until he became unconscious and died.
He was rushed to Mainland General Hospital, Yaba, after that, where he was confirmed dead.
The police report obtained by Tropics Nigeria News claimed that the deceased recovered a bag containing some female clothing.
“The report reads in part, “That today is December 13, about 7.30 a.m., a complaint was received from a security guard at Grass Copper Hotel that a customer named Ahmed Shaibu of Tajudeen Oguseye Lane, Ejigbo, was lodged at the hotel in Egypt room with his girlfriend.
“The customer recounted that an unknown person broke into his room; he apprehended him and handed him over to the security guards on duty. After that, the anonymous person was beaten by OPC men, who are now at large.
“He sustained injuries on his body and was taken to a hospital where he was receiving treatment. At Mainland General Hospital, he was confirmed dead by a medical doctor. A bag containing female clothes was recovered from the deceased.”
The police noted that the scene of the incident was visited by investigators who took photographs while the corpse was deposited at the morgue of the Mainland General Hospital, Yaba, Lagos.