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How A Yahoo Boy Killed His Friend For Refusing To Settle Up After “Client” (Victim) Paid Into Foreign Account
From: withinnigeria.com as written
26-year-old Murtala Babatunde, and 18-year-old Taiwo Razaq, have confessed that they killed Adebisi Oriade, 22, and his girlfriend, Juliana Eke Imaga, both students of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Ogun State with a plank when several attempts to use their gun failed to work.
Babatunde and Razaq have been arrested by operatives of the IGP-Intelligence Response Team (IRT), led by DCP Abba Kyari, in collaboration with Oyo State Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) and Ogun State Police Command in connection with the brutal murders, said they abducted the victims from their friend’s house and took them to uncompleted building around Oru-Ijebu Junction along the Benin-Shagamu Expressway on Thursday, May 28.
Speaking with journalists in Lagos on Wednesday, Babatunde said that he and his gang members killed Adebisi over his failure to “settle” him on one of their business deals with his foreign client.
Babatunde said that his client from the US state of Texas, paid money into Adebisi’s foreign account, but he failed to give him, his own share.
Narrating his story, Babatunde noted that Adebisi was his godson.
“We are very good friends and he always came to around whenever he needs something from me. We also lived in the same area, play ball together and watch foreign football leagues in the same viewing center.
What actually happened between the two of us was that sometime in March this year, he gave me his bank account number to enable me to collect money from my foreign client.“I don’t have such a bank account because I became a yahoo guy after my birthday last year October. From there, we moved from one stage to another and later became partners.In our last dealing, my client paid money into his account and he refused to settle me.“I have been disturbing him to pay me and he was playing me. Whenever I met Adebisi on the way by chance, he would tell me to send my bank account to him, that he would credit my account. On several occasions, he had requested for my bank account. One day, I called him that I needed money badly, and he told me that some boys broke into his house in Lagos and took away his gold, money and other valuable things. That I should still calm down.“Another time, I met him at a filling station at Ijebu Ode and he still said that I should send my account number. He will send some money to me when he got home. “Since we became friends, I have not benefited anything from him. He was spending money anyhow without settling me from the business dealings we did together. It was obvious that he was spending my money. Around April, I began to receive threat messages and calls from Adebisi’s cult members, Alora Confraternity that they would deal with me if I am not careful.“On May 27, I went to my girlfriend’s place; I saw his car in one of his friend’s house. I told my girlfriend (name withheld) to keep watching the car for me, until the following day and on May 28, around 9/10 pm, my girlfriend called me that his car is there again, meaning that Adebisi was around.“I invited two of my own gang members, Razaq and Sodiq, and we took a motorcycle to where Adebisi’s car was parked. Before then I had taken a bag containing two locally made guns and one cutlass to m