Domestic media reported that Sooraj Kumar, 28, was arrested at his home in southern Kerala state in 2020 after his wife died from snakebite.
CSP Abonde was killed in the Ajao Estate area of Lagos State where he and his team had gone to enforce the ban of operations of commercial motorcycles on major roads and bridges.
The suspect was arrested following a report lodged at the Adatan Divisional Headquarters by the chairman, Ilupeju community, Oke Aregba, Abeokuta.
The vice-chancellor pledged that the university will work with security agencies to fish out the culprit(s).
A 51-year-old woman who works at the hospital is under provisional arrest on suspicion of being the perpetrator.
The lawyers, who spoke with the News Agency of Nigeria, in separate interviews, said that domestic violence was the major factor responsible for the killings, adding that women were mostly the victims.
A credible source revealed the names of the three suspects as Karimu Yusuf, Isaac Isaiah and Sunday Isaac. The deceased were two males and a female.
The police charged Wakili alongside his sons Abu, 45; and Samaila, 27; as well as Aliyu Manu, 20; with six counts bordering on conspiracy, murder, kidnapping and armed robbery.
Delivering judgment, Justice John Adeyeye, held that reasonable doubt is a legal standard of proof required to validate a criminal conviction.
The Force Public Relations Officers, CP Frank Mba, disclosed this at a media briefing in Abuja.
The spokesman for the command, DSP Abdullahi Haruna, stated this in a statement on Saturday in Kano.
Odumosu told newsmen at the Command’s Headquarters, Ikeja that the suspects were arrested in relation to crimes committed as a result of the breakdown of law and order resulting from the #EndSARS protests.
The housewife, Hauwa Habibu, allegedly killed the children over rivalry and because her husband, Ibrahim Haruna Aminu, 39, married a second wife.
The Force Public Relations Officer, Frank Mba, announced this at a media briefing in Abuja on Wednesday.
According to the highly credible newspaper, the kidnappers reportedly collected N5 million ransom from his friends and relatives before killing him.
The NSCDC Spokesman in the state, Adamu Shehu, confirmed the incident to the News Agency of Nigeria in Dutse on Thursday.
The appeal came amid reports on Thursday that gunmen stormed the area, killing no fewer than 20 persons.
The Command gave the indication in a statement by the Police Public Relations Officer, SP Asinim Butswat, on Monday in Yenagoa.
The arrest of the suspect was made public in a statement in Ibadan on Saturday by the Corps’ Public Relations Officer, Oluwole Olusegun.
Two unknown gunmen on Monday shot and robbed a middle-aged man, Taoreed Alao, of a Bajaj motorcycle, two phones and N90,00 in Ibadan.
A witness to the incident, who did not want her name published, told newsmen that the victim was on a motorcycle heading towards Agodi Gate when the hoodlums intercepted and shot at him before dispossessing him of the motorcycle and valuables.
She said the two gunmen, who were also on a motorcycle, after the attack zoomed off, leaving their victim in a pool of blood.
According to her, a passersby who witnessed the robbery attack quickly rushed the victim to Adeoyo Hospital for treatment.
Confirming the robbery, SP Olugbenga Fadeyi, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, said the robbery attack occurred at 11:45am, opposite the office of the State Environmental Task Force, near the state secretariat.
Fadeyi, however, said that the victim was rushed to the Adeoyo hospital where he later died, adding that his corpse had been deposited at the morgue of the hospital.
He said that the police command had commenced investigation into the robbery.