Yahoo Boy Kills Twin Brother in Oleh, Delta State

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Yahoo Boy Kills Twin Brother in Oleh, Delta State
Obiajulu Joel Nwolu

An individual suspected to be into cybercrime, popularly known as Yahoo boy, has reportedly murdered his twin brother at Oleh, headquarters of the Isoko South Local Government Area, Delta State.

Operatives of the Nigeria police force have arrested the alleged perpetrator.

Reports say the suspect killed his twin brother for ritual purposes, though it could not be verified at the point of filing this report.

The suspect, it was gathered, was found with a dog and the decomposing body of the deceased in their apartment at Old Olomoro Road, Monday, after neighbours perceived an offensive smell emanating from the flat.

“The house was locked for some days and after some time, the people living in the compound began to perceive foul smell that attracted flies around the apartment.

“The neighbours then alerted the police at the Oleh divisional headquarters. The door was forced open and they found him sitting close to the decomposing body of his twin brother. A dog was also found in the house,” a source told Vanguard.

According to the source, the corpse of the deceased had been deposited in a mortuary in the area while the suspect and his dog were taken into custody by the police.

The development was confirmed on Wednesday by the state Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Bright Edafe, saying the police had commenced investigation into the matter.

He, however, added, “For now, there is no evidence that it was for ritual purpose. When they broke into the house, they saw the decomposing body and the twin brother.”

This post was written by Obiajulu Joel Nwolu.

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