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Ogun Police arrest 3 over alleged stealing of royal crown, staff of Office

Ogun Police arrest 3 over alleged stealing of royal crown, staff of Office 
Ogun Police arrest 3 over alleged stealing of royal crown, staff of Office (Photo: Daily Trust)

The Ogun State Police command on Saturday said its operatives have arrested Amusa Kazeem, Oke Oladipupo and Johnson Oluwole for stealing the royal crown and staff of Office of the late Olu of Ogunmakin, Oba Olugbenga Shodiya, who died about two months ago.

A statement issued by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of the State command, SP Omolola Odutola, the trio of Kazeem, Oladipupo and Oluwole were allegedly broke into the house of the late royal father on October 12, around 2am, to steal the the crown and the staff of office.

The statement read “On the 12th of October 2023, an intelligence was received from the Palace of his Royal Majesty late Ogunmakin that one Amusa Kazeem “m” Oke Oladipupo and Johnson Oluwole ‘m’ conspired and stole the Royal Crown and Staff of Office two months after the demise of King Ogunmakin .

“The suspects were alleged to have entered into the house is at about 2000hrs were the properties of the late king was kept.

The duo took the key where it was kept in custody of the person assigned to keep the properties and removed the Royal Crown and the Staff of Office of the late King an act described as an abomination.

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