56-year-old Salahudeen Jamiu, presented above, has been captured by men of the Ogun state police direction for supposedly leading a premature birth that slaughtered a housewife recognized as Kehinde Olakitan.
An announcement from the direction’s representative, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the expired, a mother of four, had gone to Salahudeen’s medical clinic, Mojisola Maternity Clinic, for a premature birth without the assent of her better half. During the premature birth method by the quack specialist, the perished endured a health related crisis and passed on.
A companion of hers, Dupe Odebunmi, who went with her to the medical clinic, alarmed her better half, advising him that his significant other was on confirmation. Be that as it may, before he could get to the clinic, the suspect and his accessories had cleared Kehinde’s body and dumped it at a structure close to his home.
Incensed by the advancement, Mr Olakitan recorded a grievance at the Onipanu police headquarters which prompted a manhunt of the phony specialist and his inevitable capture.
“The Divisional Police Officer (DPO) Onipanu SP Magdalene Adeniji got the protest and point by point criminologists to follow the administrator of the maternity focus who was on the kept running at the time.
Their endeavors yielded positive outcome when the suspect was captured on October 24. He conceded that he did premature birth on the lady who was brought by Odebunmi and that in the process she kicked the bucket.
“He admitted that he was not a prepared restorative specialist that he took in the training off the road. He likewise confessed to have dumped the lady’s body close to her home pit of dread.
“The body has been stored at the General Hospital Mortuary in Ota for post-mortem examination. The Commissioner of Police Bashir Makama has requested the exchange of the suspect to manslaughter area of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID) for appropriate activity.
“The CP additionally spoke to the general population to consistently disparage qualified wellbeing suppliers at whatever point the need emerges as opposed to looking for therapeutic help from quack.”Oyeyemi said