A man identified as Ismaila Raji, who was rescued by men of Oyo State police command after a mob attack for allegedly killing seven persons, including some pupils of Lagelu Grammar School in Ibadan, has died.
KanyiDaily reported that Ismaila Raji, who was a car wash attendant, was caught by residents in possession of human skeleton while trying to dispose of in a nearby bush, a dried corpse of a man he killed in Ibadan, Oyo State.
Raji was arrested by the mob at Olorunsogo area of Ibadan while trying to dispose of the body of his latest victim, Rasaki Musibau, who he allegedly strangled inside the deceased’s home.
He was said to have confessed while being beaten by the mob that a popular businessman in Ibadan contracted him and his accomplices – Sunday, Kella, Awilo, Omo Ola and ID Noble.
Raji was arrested on Saturday after the mob attack, but the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Olugbenga Fadeyi, who confirmed the arrest of the suspect, however, insisted that the suspect had died after he was rescued to the University College Hospital (UCH), Ibadan.