He made the announcement during a parade in Ondo State on Wednesday. “I started doing crimes when I was seven years old,” he claims. Because I was born into a wealthy household, I don’t have any true reasons for turning to crime.
“I joined the prisoners’ association that preaches the word of God from there the last time I was in prison. After having a dream in which I saw Pastor Adeboye of the Redeemed Christian Church of God praying for me, I was discharged and acquitted not long after.
“When I got back, I went to the RCCG in Akure and testified. They took me to the Redemption Camp with the intention of transporting me to a rehabilitation facility, but that was not what I required.
“What I really wanted was to find a job that paid well. As a result, I’ve decided to quit after six months. I escaped to Ile-Ife by stealing their pastor’s tricycle.
“My final hope was the gun with which the cops arrested me. I had made the decision to quit all of this local criminality and pursue a career in international crime. That’s why I decided to take a chance and look for a gun.
“Because I wanted my name to reign, I wanted to become an international armed robber like Ishola Oyenusi, Shina Rambo, and Mufu Olosha Oko. I believed that the only way for me to gain popularity was to commit crimes.”