A currently trending report confirms that the Lagos state police command recently arrested 3 male suspects that allegedly murdered a doctor-turned Uber driver in Lagos and stole his Toyota car. The report revealed that the arrested suspects were believed to have jointly murdered an Uber driver and stolen his Toyota Corolla sedan a few days ago. The most heartbreaking part of the report confirmed that the murdered driver was a trained medical doctor but due to undisclosed reasons, he has been driving an Uber for a living.
These are the faces of the 3 male suspects that were recently arrested for killing a young Uber driver in Lagos state
According to the media reports, the murdered Uber driver was identified as Morenikeji Stephen Oluwaniyi and he is said to be 27 years old at the time of his death. The three arrested male suspects were also identified as follows: Oladimeji (20), Sodiq Taiwo (23), and Rilwan Nasiru (27). The reports allege that the suspects took to the Uber online platform to book the doctor-turned Uber driver for a ride. During their ride, the 3 suspects are believed to have lured the Uber driver towards a part of the Meiran area in Lagos state where he was strangled to death. The body of the Uber driver was reportedly dumped at Abule Egba bridge while the suspects fled with his Toyota Corolla sedan which carried the plate number KSF 830 GX.
Fortunately for the deceased Uber driver, his fiancée reported at the nearest police station that he was missing and this led the police to swing into action. Eventually, detectives were able to recover the stolen Toyota car as well as apprehend 3 male suspects in connection with the Uber driver’s death. Further investigations are currently being carried out on this case as of the time of writing this report.
Another report that is also trending online claims that some hoodlums recently burnt down a truck loaded with vehicle parts in Enugu state because it disobeyed IPOB’s sit-at-home order. Watch this viral video below to see the moment passersby captured the burning truck on camera.
IPOB Sit-At-Home Enforcers Allegedly Burn Trailer Loaded with Goods in Enugu State