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Confessions of Notorious Assassin: Aside Olorunwa, Ade Lawyer claims he killed for obas, politicians

The N500,000 was to assist Ade and not for killing Kunle Poly – Olorunwa

Wanted Serial assassin, Ade Lawyer who was arrested Wednesday has made more incriminatory confessions.

The notorious assassin, Adeola Williams popular known as Ade Lawyer among members of transport union revealed how he carried out series of assassinations on behalf of notable society figures including traditional rulers and top politicians.

The serial assassin, after his arrest, confessed how he carried out specific assignments of killing four people on the order of former Chairman of National Union of Road Transport Workers, Lagos State branch, Alhaji Akani Olorunwa.

After the confession, the police picked up Olorunwa and the 51-year-old transport union leader and 39 year old Ade Lawyer were paraded at the Lagos State Police Command headquarters in Ikeja.

Inflow reports stated both suspects were arrested for the murder of Ganiyu Ayinla, alias Pinero, the personal assistant to the NURTW chairman in Idumota, Azeez Lawal, alias Kunle Poly.

Pinero was shot dead in Lagos on January 23 during an attack on Kunle Poly as the duo wanted to enter a vehicle after attending a meeting on Lagos Island, an incident that attracted media attention.

Newsheadline247 understands the Lagos police had earlier arrested four suspects in connection with the gruesome murder of Pinero.

While Ade Lawyer was arrested on Wednesday in Akure, Ondo state, by operatives of the Inspector-General of Police Intelligence Response Team, the former NURTW boss was arrested on Thursday.

Ade Lawyer in his confessions, however, told journalists that Olorunwa contracted him to kill Kunle Poly and they agreed on N1.5m to execute the dastardly act.

He disclosed that Olorunwa paid him an initial N500,000 while promising to pay the N1m balance after the evil operation had been carried out.

He added that a disagreement, however, happened between them when he eliminated the wrong target.

“Olorunwa told me he brought Kunle Poly into NURTW and that there was a bonus he was entitled to as an ex-chairman of NURTW. He said he used to receive the money, but Kunle Poly blocked the payment.

“He said as a result of that, he did not want to see Kunle Poly anymore. He asked me to meet him somewhere for a discussion, but I told him I didn’t have a car. He personally drove to where I was at Igbosere and we discussed on how to carry out the operation in his car.

“When I was about to leave, he gave me N500,000 and promised to pay the remaining N1m when the job had been done. He said he met with me in person because he did not want anybody to know about the operation. I assured him that nobody would hear about the killing.”

Ade Lawyer explained further that the operation was supposed to be carried out on Tuesday January 22, but was shifted to the following day.

“Unfortunately, we missed our target, Kunle Poly, but killed his PA (Pinero). I called Olorunwa on the telephone to inform him about the development. He started behaving strangely towards  me because I missed the target. I later called him with my private line and he said he did not want to talk to anybody for now. I told him not to be afraid and that I wanted the N1m balance,” he added.

Ade Lawyer said Olorunwa sent a Toyota Camry to him through his (Olorunwa’s) brother called Skoda, pending when the balance would be paid. But he said he rejected the car and demanded a Jeep. He stated that he got the Jeep three weeks ago.

Ade Lawyer said apart from Olorunwa, he had been hired to kill people in the past by some individuals in the state, including traditional rulers. He, however, failed to mention the names of the traditional rulers.

“I have been hired to kill many people. I carried out four killings for him. During the clash between Olorunwa and Musiliu Akinsanya, alias MC Oluomo, I killed two people for him. He said Kunle Poly betrayed him and contracted me to kill him,” the notorious killer added.

But the transport union chief insisted he only assisted Ade Lawyer and never asked him to kill anybody.

“I only assisted him, never sent him to kill anyone,” Olorunwa said

Olorunwa admitted to giving Ade Lawyer N500,000, but said the money was not meant for killing Kunle Poly.

“There was a time I was travelling to Ede in Osun State, he (Ade Lawyer) called me and said he had an accident along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. He was disturbing my boys that they should tell me to assist him,” Olorunwa said.

“I did not render the assistance until I travelled to England. While I was abroad, he was sending threat messages to me, saying that if I failed to give him money, he would kill me and my family members.

“When I came back, I called one of my boys and told him about Ade Lawyer’s threats. He advised that I give him something because he is a troublesome person. I then sent him to give Ade Lawyer N500,000 to avoid trouble.

“I did not send my brother to give him my car. It was my brother who gave him the car on his own. I was sleeping when my son and one of my brothers woke me up. They said Skoda had given my car to Williams (Ade Lawyer).

“I contacted Abija to help me retrieve my vehicle and he promised to get it back for me but said I had to be patient.

“What made me to fear Williams most was when he shot dead about nine people who were heading for Lagos Island from Ajah in a vehicle. He also killed an NURTW chairman at Oyingbo.”

Meanwhile, the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi, who paraded the suspects, said they were arrested based on the confessional statements of their accomplices arrested earlier.

The CP explained that one AK-47 rifle with number 3501357, two empty magazines, one black Hyundai Santafee Jeep seized from Olorunwa were recovered from Adeola Williams (AKA Ade Lawyer).

“Investigation is ongoing and effort is being made to arrest other suspects at large,” the CP said.

 

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