Thursday 15 December 2016

Alleged Drug Addict Ireland Deportee Stabs His Father To Death At Their Home In Lagos [Photos]

24-year-old Bakare Babalola Rotimi Jnr has been arrested by the Lagos state police command for allegedly stabbing his 59-year-old father, Bakare Babalola Rotimi, to death at their home in Magodo, Lagos state on Sunday December 4th.

According to Sahara Reporters, Rotimi's parents ordered him back to Nigeria from Ireland after it was discovered that he was a drug addict after living in Dublin since when he was seven years old.

the late dad
He was expected to go to school but he ended up getting himself involved in drugs.
“This boy doesn’t even have an education. He has been living in Dublin as a kid and he refused to go school, instead he got addicted to drugs,”a family source said
The source added that on the day of the attack, the accused was passing the night at his parents home when he accosted his father in the toilet and ordered him to lie flat on the floor. He then brought out a knife he hid behind him and stabbed his father on the back.

His mother, after hearing her husband shouting for help, ran to the toilet only for her to also get stabbed. The father died on the spot while the mother was resuscitated by medical officers at the emergency bay on the Lagos-Ibadan Expressway.
“He thought he had killed both of them. After stabbing them, he pulled out a cloth to cover them, and he went to the bathroom to clean up. He got dressed, took his father’s phones, his ATM cards and went straight to the father’s fuel station at Palm Avenue. He got there and started harassing the station manager, demanding for money.” the source said
The police was invited and the suspect was arrested. He has been transferred to the Homicide Section at the Lagos State CID in Panti for further interrogation.
“Just like his other brother (who is) studying Medicine in the US, he has been begging this boy to go to school and this has always been the cause of the misunderstanding.”the source added

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