‘Sachet Alcohol Made Me Kill My Mother’ – 65-year-old Suspect

Lukman Odejoju, a 65-year-old suspect has confessed that alcohol packaged in nylon played a role in the tragic killing of his mother.

Odejoju committed the crime in Kajola village, Apomu, Isokan local government area of Osun State.

During questioning by journalists at the State Police Command headquarters in Osogbo, Lukman revealed that the alcohol, commonly known as ‘pelebe,’ sparked an argument with his mother that escalated into violence.

He said:

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We were both arguing inside the farm over handing over of her palm plantation to me but she refused. Amid the argument I pushed and strangled her, but I didn’t know she would die.

“Before I went to the farm, I had taken a sachets of alcohol. It was after the incident it dawned on me that I had committed a grave mistake.

“I adjusted her body and went to the village to bring people back to the scene. It was at the scene I told them what happened.

“I love my mother, I am her eldest surviving child out of five children and I urge the government to forgive because it was not intentional.”

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