Herbalist, Three Other Suspected Ritualists Who Sold Fresh Human Hands For N1million Paraded by Ogun Police - THE ENCOUNTER NEWS

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Herbalist, Three Other Suspected Ritualists Who Sold Fresh Human Hands For N1million Paraded by Ogun Police

The herbalist and the suspected ritualists
Michael-Azeez Ogunsiji
ABEOKUTA - Ogun State Police command has paraded one herbalist, Michael Ijomu and three suspected ritualists arrested penultimate week for being in possession of fresh human hands. 

According to the Commissioner of Police, Kenneth Ebrimson, the four suspects were arrested with two fresh human hands f alleged money rituals following tip-off.

CP Ebrimson said the three suspected friends, John Feyisetan, Mathew Idosu, and Samuel Adegbola  of Owode-Yewa met with a herbalist, Michael Ijomu, to seek spiritual means of rapid enrichment.

The police boss explained that, the 40-year-old herbalist informed them that the only way out was to obtain fresh human hands to be used as a sacrifice for them.

He, however said, Mathew suggested his fellow perpetrators that he had a friend in Abeokuta who could be useful. They visit the said friend with the promise to give him N1 million, which they did not have.

He explained further that, Matthew’s friend met with their demands, but on their side, Matthew and co could not fulfill the promise of N1 million which resulted into fight between them.

The two accomplices fought with him, to the point that their secret leaked to the neighbors who alerted the officers attached to the Idiroko Division.

In an interview with THE ENCOUNTER NEWS, the four suspects confessed to the crime, but claimed the hands were dead body not fresh human hands.

They claimed to have gotten the hands for money ritual, but met their Waterloo when they could not raise the demanded N1million naira to purchase the human hands.

The CP therefore said, the fresh hands recovered from them had been deposited at general hospital mortuary for preservation.

Meanwhile, the state police command equally paraded 28 other suspects for ranging offences such as; armed robbery, murder, theft, burglary, cultism, among others.

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