”The victim was a client of the defendant. After murdering her, he dismembered her. He put her remains in a sack and dumped her decomposing body by a stream,” said the police.
The police on Friday arraigned three men before an Iyaganku Magistrates’ Court, Ibadan, for stealing two phones and a laptop worth N1,046,000.
Mr Makinde says the gesture is to make the judges’ “work easy and ensure efficient justice delivery.”
The foundation will also be hosting three series of online discussions around emerging issues ahead of the statewide exercise on June 18.
According to the prosecutor, Ms Adesegun is a serial drug trafficker because she was previously convicted in 2004 for a similar offence.
The Makinde administration established the PMS in 2019 following years of friction and violent rivalry among the transport unions in the state.
A virologist, Olubusuyi Adewumi, said that the decision to continue to enforce the use of masks was not guided by science.
Students converged on Ibadan, close to the University of Ibadan gate, to stage a peaceful protest over the ongoing warning strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU).
“My lord, due to Sola’s unhealthy attitude and meanness towards me, I am now living with my brother.”
The officers were detailed to produce the then 26-year-old Mr Abiodun in court for being at large over an ongoing criminal case.