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PDP Senatorial aspirant, bodyguard remanded in Agodi prison

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An Iyaganku Chief Magistrate Court sitting in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital on Wednesday ordered the remand of a Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Senatorial aspirant for Oyo Central, Chief Oyebisi Ilaka, and his bodyguard, Temitayo Alamiyo, in Agodi prison for allegedly causing the death of three persons.

Press gathered that the bodyguard had last Saturday, allegedly opened fire,which lead to the death of three people at an event in Oyo town.

Ilaka, 57 and Alamiyo, 45 were in court on five counts of conspiracy, murder and unlawful possession of pump action rifle.

Police Prosecutor, Mr Matthew Ojeah had told the court that the duo allegedly conspired to commit felony and murder.

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Ojeah said Alamiyo also shot one Isiaka Afolabi, 47, with pump action gun in the right eye.

Counsel to the defendants, Mr Abiodun Abdulraheem, in his argument urged the court to grant his client bail as the first defendant has a medical history of hypertension.

The Chief Magistrate, Mrs Jejelola Ogunbona ordered that the defendants be remanded at Agodi Prison pending the outcome of advice from the Oyo State Directorate of Public Prosecution.

She said, “The first defendant, Ilaka, should be given free access to see a doctor while in prison for the sake of his hypertension As stated by his lawyer’s plea,” Ogunbona odered.

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She then adjourned the case until September 18 for mention.

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