Suspected Assassin, Ade Lawyer Makes Shocking Revelations About 2015 Election
Suspected serial killer, Adeola Williams, aka Ade Lawyer, has revealed events that followed the 2015 election defeat of the former President Goodluck Jonathan and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Lagos.
Ade Lawyer was recently arrested by operatives attached to the Inspector General of Police (IGP), Special Intelligence Response Team (IRT).
He mentioned Rafiu Akanni, aka Olohunwa, former Lagos State chairman, National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW), as one of those that allegedly hired him to kill his last victim, Azeez Adekunle aka Kunle Poly.
But while attempting to kill Kunle Poly, his bullet hit Kunle Poly’s Personal Assistant, Mr, Ganiyu Ayinla, leading to his arrest.
In an interview with newsmen, the 39-year-old father of three, among other revelations, spoke on the last general election.
His words: “During the run-up to the 2015 general elections, I volunteered to work for the PDP because Sagoe and Mc-Oluomo were in APC, and my friend Bashorun also linked me to the PDP caucus, on Lagos Island.
“I started working for them. I believed the party would help me achieve my goals of regaining my park and also make me a branch chairman of the union.
“On some occasions, during rallies, members of the opposition would attack us. We normally defended ourselves with guns. In one of such attacks, Ashake, a supporter of APC, was killed.
“I wasn’t there when the killing took place, but people accused me of being part of the group that killed him. When the police conducted investigations, they discovered I had no hand in it.
“After the PDP lost the 2015 presidential and governorship elections in Lagos State, Sagoe and his men ordered all of us who supported PDP to leave Lagos Island and follow former President Goodluck Jonathan to his hometown in Bayelsa State.
“There was this day, some PDP boys at Ajah sighted four of Sagoe’s men in a vehicle and opened fire on them, killing all. I wasn’t there when the incident occurred, but everyone thought I was involved.”