Killer of Two Innocent Pupils Blames Action on Frustration

The suspected madman, Lekan Adebisi, who killed two pupils of St. John’s Anglican Primary School, Agodo, Ogun Waterside Local Government Area, Ogun State, has blamed his action on ‘frustration.’

According to reports, Adebisi attacked and killed Mubarak Kalesowo and Sunday Obituyi on the school premises on Monday.

Both pupils were said to be on lunch break when the suspect struck.

The suspected murderer was eventually apprehended on Wednesday in the bush through the combined efforts of a team of policemen assigned to the Ogbere Area Command led by Makinde Kayode, an Assistant Commissioner of Police, and some local hunters.

Parading the suspect, the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu, who condemned the heinous crime, said Adebisi would be charged to court soon.

When interviewed by some journalists, Adebisi’s response was incoherent and he often switched from the English language to Yoruba.

The following exchange took place between the suspect and the interviewers:

The killer, who claimed to 28 years old, not married, and without a girlfriend, said he makes a living by organising private lessons for children, whom he charges N20 each.

Narrating why he killed the two innocent pupils of Saint John’s Anglican Primary School, the man who originated claimed insanity, said he got frustrated after going for two weeks without food, and nobody was ready to help him.

“I did not eat for two weeks and I went out to beg other people for money. Nobody gave me money. When I had money, I took care of family members, friends and even outsiders.

It was due to frustration. When hunger gripped me and it became unbearable, I thought of my life and concluded that it was a bad life. Then I grabbed a machete. I was prepared to face the consequence.”

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