Ayorinde Owolabi, the sibling of a hotelier, late Olugbenga Owolabi, has said the US of America gave the Nigerian government a time span to track down his executioners.
PUNCH Metro had detailed that Olugbenga and a laborer at his inn, Rachael Opadele, were kidnapped by shooters at Ogbomoso, Oyo State.
They were killed by their abductors on August 3.
Olugbenga, a US resident, was supposed to be residing in Maryland, US, and chose to put resources into neighborliness business in his old neighborhood, Ogbomoso.
It was discovered that the lodging was opened in December 2021 and he was snatched and killed a couple of months later.
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His memorial service hung on October 1 at the Trinity Life Church, Maryland, US.
Ayorinde, who addressed our journalist on Monday, said the American government requested the Office from State Administrations to deal with his sibling’s executioners.
He said, “The American government needed proof and they descended here to do a posthumous. Another posthumous was finished in the US before the entombment. The case was introduced at the Assembled Countries meeting which was recently finished up.
“They have given the Nigerian government a time period to get the culprits; the guidance was given to the DSS office, however up till presently, no capture has been made. They as of now have the realities that herders were behind the killing.
“The American government returned his body from LAUTECH to the US. A demise declaration was gotten at the LAUTECH showing emergency clinic and furthermore at the Delaware State Military Clinic, USA.”