Tuesday 30 May 2023

BREAKING: Hilton Hotels Owner Adedoyin Found Guilty, Convicted for OAU Student’s Murder..Sentenced to death by hanging

Rahmon Adedoyin, the proprietor of Hilton Hotels, has been pronounced guilty by Justice Oyebola Ojo, the Chief Judge of Osun State, in the murder case of Timothy Adegoke, a Master’s student at Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife.

During the delivery of the judgment on Tuesday, Justice Ojo emphasised that the presented circumstantial evidence overwhelmingly pointed to Adedoyin as the perpetrator behind Adegoke’s tragic demise.

Justice Ojo established that late Timothy Adegoke lodged in the Hilton hotel and paid into the account of the 7th defendant.

“I found the first defendant (Ramon Adedoyin) culpable of the conspiracy to murder and murder.”

The court held that evidence presented before the court placed Oyetunde Kazeem “squarely among those who perpetrated the acts” and he’s found guilty of the counts.

Seventh defendant (Adedeji Adesola) was “carefully chorographed into the act. The circumstance around her were not strong to found her culpable of the count 1, 2, and 3”.

“The 1st, 3rd and 5th defendants are culpable of the offence of conspiracy to improperly, indecently dumping of the deceased body and are guilty as charged.”

“I found the first defendant (Ramon Adedoyin) culpable of the conspiracy to murder and murder.”

Abdul Ramon Adedoyin was sentenced to death by hanging.

However, the four staff members who were prosecuted alongside Adedoyin were acquitted and discharged from the charges levelled against them.

It can be recalled that Timothy Adegoke met a mysterious death at Hilton Hotels, Ile-Ife, in 2021.

Dr. Adedoyin, along with six of his employees—Magdalene Chiefuna, Adeniyi Aderogba, Oluwole Lawrence, Oyetunde Kazeem, Adebayo Kunle, and Adedeji Adesola—were on trial for multiple offences, including conspiracy, murder, felony, indecent interference with a corpse, alteration and cancellation of receipts, and obstruction of justice.

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