How Killers Planned Death Of Prominent Kwara Monarch In Beer Parlour, Source Shares Details
The death of the Olukoro of Koro, Oba Olusegun Aremu-Cole, was allegedly planned by his killers in a local beer parlour
According to a source in the town, the gunmen settled in the beer parlour to take some drinks after they arrived in the town on Thursday evening
The source said the killers of the traditional ruler lured a salesgirl at the beer parlour to lead them to the Oba’s palace
Koro, Kwara state – The killers of the Olukoro of Koro, Oba Olusegun Aremu-Cole, reportedly planned his death in a beer parlour in the town, in the Ekiti local government Area of Kwara state.
As reported by The Punch, the killers lured a salesgirl at the pub to lead them to the palace, after which they shot the monarch dead on Thursday night, February 1.
The gunmen also kidnapped the traditional ruler’s wife and two natives who live near the palace.
The traditional ruler, who was a retired senior military officer was crowned the Olukoro of Koro in 2017
According to a source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, the killers settled in the pub to take some drinks after they arrived in the town that night.
“After spending several hours at the relaxation centre and being good customers t, they now asked the salesgirl to lead them to the palace to pay obeisance to the monarch and discuss the progress of the town.
“The girl ignorantly led the three men to the palace to see the monarch and went back to continue her work at the joint.”