Hammed Shittu in Ilorin.
A Magistrate Court sitting in Ilorin on Tuesday remanded two suspected female armed robbers who allegedly killed the Managing Director of Water View Hotel, Ilorin
The affected suspects are to be remanded at the Correctional center, Ilorin, Kwara state capital.
The suspects; Joy Adanma Joseph, 22 years old and her friend, David Favour Oreoluwa, 23 years old were dragged before Magistrate Monisola Kamson for culpable homicide and armed robbery.
The Police First Information Report (FIR) revealed that the suspects paid the MD visit and they went into the hotel room together.
According to the police report, the ladies dashed of the facility without the MD, pretending they want to get bullet drinks from the garden across the Hotel.
The hotel receptionist, Abdulsalam Tawakalitu who was suspicious of them, went to check the MD in the room and discovered the door was knocked up on the MD.
After several unanswered knocks, the door was forcefully opened and the lifeless body of the manager was found on the bed with his hands, legs tied and his mouth gagged with rag.
The two suspects reportedly went with the deceased mobile phone, removed the Sim card, inserted it in theirs and started making several attempt to transfer money from the MD bank account but failed because the account kept on demanding for OTP (One Time Passport).
Investigation further revealed that Joy who was armed with knife, codoline syrup, refnol drug meant for sleep induction, gagged the deceased mouth.
While the deceased hands, legs were tied, Adanma held his manhood, threatening to cut if off if he fails to cooperate.
Oreoluwa was reportedly saddled with the task to unlock his phone through his face and afterwards, he placed pillow over his face, impressed it on him until he passed out.
The report added that Adanma confessed to have stabbed the deceased with knife while Oreoluwa was saddled with the task of getting the phone unlocked through the deceased face onlock mode.
The Prosecutor, Sanni Abdullah, informed the court that the matter is not ordinarily bailable considering the nature of the case and the live informed.
Magistrate Kamson who presided over the matter, ordered the case till 29th of this month for further mention.