Men caught in possession of human parts, confess to money ritual

Men caught in possession of human parts, confess to money ritual

The Ogun State Police Command have arrested two men for being in possession of human parts.

The duo simply identified as Wole and Wasiu (both pictured) at the weekend were apprehended at Ijemo area during a routine patrol by policemen from Oke-Itoku Police Division.

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Report said the police became suspicious after the suspects took to their heels on sighting them, and were pursued and arrested with a leather bag which contained human bones.

Upon interrogation, one of the suspects confessed that the human parts were those of his sister who died four years ago and that a herbalist asked him to bring them for money ritual purpose.


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