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Suspected Yahoo Boy/Student Beaten To Death After Killing 5 People In Ede (Photos)


A suspected Yahoo boy/student of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State, was beaten to death today after he killed at least five people, including some Post UTME students with his car.

Though eyewitnesses alleged that occupants of the car were drunk or high on drugs due to the amount of drugs retrieved from their car.


NAIJAPARY gathered that the deceased identified as Fisayo a.k.a Fishy said to be a yahoo boy, was driving recklessly with two other friends, when they first hit someone at Akoda, then, while being chased, they hit another person at Eleha, Bepo.

The final year Building Technology student of the Federal Polytechnic, Ede, Osun State further rammed into a bike rider with his passengers at Orita Oloki, where they were eventually tracked down.


Fisayo was beaten to death, as his friends fled. The car belonging to the student who allegedly wrote his final exam as an undergraduate just last week, was destroyed by the angry mob.

This is coming few days after a student of same school was killed by a SARS officer. The deceased, Babatunde Nafiu who was on his way home and was about boarding a bike around Ajangbala area in Iwo town, died at the scene after he was shot by the SARS officer who attacked them.

Eyewitnesses alleged that he was reportedly shot dead at about 9pm on Thursday evening in Iwo town, Osun State, and the SARS officer who shot him dead has been identified as Gbadamosi Lukman aka Radical. The SARS operatives were said to have shot sporadically, then later fled the scene.

The angry youth of the community, however brought down the buildings inside the Iwo Area Police Command which houses the SARS office and have set it on fire. The attempt by the king, Oba Akanbi, to pacify them, was met with stiff resistance.

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