Suspected serial killer hacks community leader to death in Ogun State
A suspected serial killer, Feyisola Dosumu, popularly known as Spartan has raised tension in Oluwatedo community in Ogere with residents reportedly fleeing their houses due to continuous killings.
Dosumu, an allegedly notorious cultist, is said to be terrorising residents of Iperu – the hometown of Ogun State Governor, Dr. Dapo Abidoun.
He reportedly created chaos when he hacked the 53-year-old Vice-Chairman of Oluwatedo Community Development Association.
According to Olatunji’s son, Samuel, his father who has been living in the area for 30 years was butchered in the head on Friday, August 21, 2020.
“My dad was returning from work and was about to enter the house when this man confronted him and hacked him to death. He butchered my father as if he were an animal. That was around 7.30pm. There was no disagreement between them. People saw him, but could not go near him,” Samuel told Punch.
“He has killed a lot of people in this community. Whenever he kills anyone and people go after him, he marks the faces of his pursuers and goes to kill them in their houses.
“About a month ago, he killed a nursing mother, Mummy Seun. He raped the woman and hacked her to death with a cutlass. My father and I carried the woman’s corpse from a mortuary to the place of burial. But my father did not say anything to warrant this senseless killing.
“Nobody can sleep with their two eyes closed again. He has turned this place to a horror community. The blood of many innocent people has been spilled.”
One of the heads of the community who spoke anonymously to the Punch disclosed that the suspect had allegedly killed 15 residents since February 2020.
“He is an indigene of Ogere, but nobody knows where he lives. Once he kills anyone, he will run away,” he said.
“The Ogun State Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, and the Area Commander visited one month ago after he killed a nursing mother and another person.
“They promised to do something about him. In fact, it was Elder Olatunji, who addressed the CP and pleaded for help. But four days after the visit, everybody left and the man resumed the killing.
“We are tired. Whatever the government can do, they should do it before he finishes everybody.”