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I sneaked into her house in the night- Man who killed naval officer


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Killer of a female Naval Commander, Oluwayemisi Ogundana in Jaji near Kaduna State, has narrated how eh carried out the crime about two weeks ago.
According to the man called Bernard Simon, he sneaked into her house and caught her unawares.
“I killed Commander Ogundana alone. I sneaked into her house in the evening and hit her on the head with an iron rod.

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“I killed her because she was cheating us in the school. I’m a teacher in the school and she was cheating us as staff under her. I killed her to set the whole staff of the school free from her cheating.

“There are some financial benefit she deprived us of. She denied me in particular of over N100,000. That is why I killed her to set myself and other staff free from her,” he said when he was paraded on Wednesday.
Following the killing of the Naval Officer, who was also the Commandant of the Command Secondary School of the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji, in September, an arrest was made of the prime suspect, Bernard Simon.

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Simon was among 50 suspects paraded by the police before newsmen on Wednesday in Kaduna.

Simon, 36, who confessed to the crime told journalists how it all happened.

The Commissioner of Police, Ali Janga, while parading the prime suspect, said he (Simon) raped the Naval Officer to death, a claim which the suspect denied.

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