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Man found dead in hotel in Ogun State after lodging with another Man, CCTV footage reveals more secrets

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Man found dead in hotel in Ogun State after lodging with another Man, CCTV footage reveals more secrets

Raw Nigeria reports that a lifeless body of a man was found in a hotel in Orile-Imo, in the Obafemi Owode Local Government Area of Ogun State.

The deceased simply identified as Segun lodged in the hotel with another man suspected to have murdered him on Saturday, January 7, 2023. The suspected killer ran away from the Hotel early Sunday after allegedly hitting the victim with a sharp object in the head.

The Hotel management got to know about the incident when one of the room service went to clean up the room. They reported the incident to the Isiun Police Division and police took the body to the mortuary of the Olabisi Onabanjo University Teaching Hospital.

CCTV footage reveals more secrets

The Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV) camera of the hotel which was made available to newsmen showed the moment Segun and the yet-to-be-identified suspect entered the hotel.

In the carefully monitored footage, the deceased and the suspect was spotted having discussion beside the hotel bar before they paid for a room at the reception.

According to the footage, the deceased, who wore a black jacket, had a facial injury that made his left eye swollen. The suspect tried to shield his face in all the footage viewed by newsmen.


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