Three (3) siblings were arrested by the Obantoko Police Division of the Ogun state Police command on December 25, 2020 for beaten an estate guard to death at OGD Estate, Asero axis of the state.
The eldest of the suspected siblings, Okiki who is a commercial motorcycle rider, was said to have been refused entry into the estate by the security guard at the gate on Thursday, December 24, 2020 because he was allegedly carrying more than one passenger contrary to the rule of the estate.
The denial, according to information, infuriated Okiki who put a call through to his two siblings, Michael and Joseph Mulero and instructed that they come to the OGD estate gate.
On getting to the scene, another round of a heated argument occurred which led to the Mulero siblings jointly attacking the two (2) security guards with planks and in the process of the attack, one of the security men, Barde Godfrey Segun was hit with a plank and he slumped.
Segun was subsequently rushed to O&A hospital where he eventually gave up the ghost on Friday, December 25,2020 while receiving treatment.
The case was reported at Obantoko divisional headquarters by the Community Development Association (CDA) executives of the estate, consequent upon which the DPO, CSP Sunday Opebiyi detailed his detectives to go after the suspected Mulero siblings and they were subsequently apprehended one after the other.
Siblings Okiki, 23, Michael, 21, and Joseph Mulero, 17, upon interrogation, confessed to have beaten a So-Safe corps officer who was on guard duty at OGD Estate Asero on the eve of Christmas.
Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, Cp Edward A. Ajogun has ordered the immediate transfer of the case to the homicide section of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence department (SCIID) for further investigation and prosecution. While the corpse of the victim, Segun, has been deposited in the mortuary for a post mortem examination