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Hunter mistakes colleague for bush meat, shoots him to death

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A local hunter, Atanda Agbobiado, has allegedly shot and killed his colleague, Sunday Ijiola, during a hunting expedition in a forest in Ogun state.

The tragic incident occurred on Tuesday, May 28, 2024, in Pakoyi, Owode Ketu, Yewa North Area. Reports indicate that a group of fifteen hunters ventured into the forest, spreading out to corner their prey.

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A police source told the Punch that the 43-year-old Ijiola was mistaken for a bear they were pursuing. Agbobiado fired at what he believed was the prey, only for the group to discover that Ijiola had been hit.

Ijiola died while being transported to a hospital for medical attention. Upon realizing the fatal mistake, Agbobiado reportedly fled the scene. The victim’s grieving family reported the incident to the Eggua Police Division.

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Ogun Police Public Relations Officer, Omolola Odutola, confirmed the incident and announced that an investigation is underway. “We are currently investigating the scene of the crime. Our operatives have visited the site and taken photographs of the corpse. Efforts are ongoing to track down the fleeing suspect,” Odutola said.

She added that the victim’s father has requested an autopsy and the release of the body for traditional rites. The case file will be transferred to the state criminal investigation department for further investigation.

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