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See How Money Ritualists Were Arrested In Ogun State

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In Ogun state, four men who were ritualistic were caught while they were possessing human heads. They was apprehended by the Ogun state Government Security. 

On the 19th of May, 2020 being Tuesday, the Ogun So-safe corps confirmed the incident to the DAILY POST.

There was a statement made by Moruf Yusuf, the Present Director of Information on the So-safe corps detailed the four ritualists were arrested on Sunday during the late hours around 8pm

He said  that they were Captured along the Idiroko boarder area by the corps members, who were ensuring lockdown and curfew directive by the government.

Yusuf identified the suspects as: “Dosu Mathew, 32, a Republic of Benin National, who resides in Iganmi; John Feyisetan, 47 from Iganmi; Samuel Adegbola, who resides besides Central Mosque, Idoforo; and Itomu Micheal, 40, a resident of Oniro Village, all in Ipokia Local Government.”

Itomu Michael, it was learnt, was the herbalist, who asked the other suspects to get the human parts as part of the ingredients needed to prepare money ritual concoction.

During preliminary investigation, Yusuf said the apprehended suspects confessed without torture that three principal suspected ritualists who came all the way from Abeokuta took to their heels when they were informed that their accomplices have been captured.

They confessed that the three fleeing suspects supplied them the human hands from Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.

According to them, they did not know how their colleagues in Abeokuta got the two human hands.

Dosu Mathew, the Benin Republic citizen, said he had contacted his younger brother in Abeokuta to help him get the human parts.

While reiterating the commitment of the corps to arrest the fleeing suspects, the spokesman informed that “the suspects and the exhibit found on them have been handed over to the Nigeria Police Force, Idiroko Divisional Headquarters for further investigation and likely prosecution.”


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