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Kuje Prison Escapee Not Part Of Owo Church Attackers

Governor Rotimi Akeredolu of Ondo State has stated {that a} Kuje Prison escapee arrested was not a part of the attackers of St Francis Catholic Church in Owo.

Talking throughout a media parley on Tuesday in Abuja, Chief of Defence Employees, Basic Fortunate Irabor, had introduced the arrest of the killers of the church worshippers.
Irabor, nonetheless, listed a Kuje jail escapee, Idris Ojo among the many suspects arrested for the assault on the church
In the meantime, Ojo escaped from Kuje Prison when the Islamic State in West Africa Province (ISWAP) invaded the power precisely one month after the Owo assault.

Reacting, Akeredolu in an announcement by his spokesman, Richard Olatunde, stated the escapee was not a part of the Owo assault, saying that the announcement by the Defence Chief was unlucky.
The governor stated the arrest of the escapee coincided with that of the church attackers, which led to the mix-up by the Defence Chief.
Governor Akeredolu added that Ojo, who’s quantity 14 on the needed listing of Kuje jail escapees was arrested in his brothers home in Akure.
He, nonetheless, urged members of the general public to stay vigilant and provides obligatory help to the safety businesses within the State.
The assertion reads: The eye of Ondo State Governor, Arakunrin Oluwarotimi Akeredolu, SAN, has been drawn to the announcement of Idris Ojo as one of many attackers of St Francis Catholic Church, Owo, arrested by the safety businesses.
Governor Akeredolu acknowledged the confusion the assertion has created within the public area, contemplating that the ugly occasion of the June 5 assault in Owo preceded the unlucky incident on Kuje jail.
The Governor stated there was a mix-up within the announcement by the Chief of Defence Employees, Basic Fortunate Irabor. Governor Akeredolu defined that Idris Ojo, who’s quantity 14 on the needed listing of Kuje Prison Escapees was arrested in his brothers home in Akure.
The announcement of the arrest of Idris Ojo as one of many perpetrators of the June 5 assault on St Francis Catholic Church, Owo was a mix-up from the Chief of Defence Employees, Basic Fortunate Irabor.
Idris Ojo, who’s quantity 14 on the needed listing of the Kuje Prison Escapees was arrested in his brothers home in Akure. His brother, Jimoh Rasheed Ibrahim, acquired and accommodated him after his escape from Kuje jail.
He was thereafter moved and stored within the custody of the safety operatives on the similar time the attackers of Owo Catholic Church had been arrested and introduced into custody. Therefore, the mix-up.

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