Metro I Bought 15 Cars And Built Four Houses, Suspected Human Parts Dealer Confesses


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The Ogun State Police Command have arrested seven suspected ritualists in the state who allegedly have been terrorizing the inhabitants of the state

The Commissioner of Police in Ogun, Ahmed Iliyasu spoke on the arrest of the suspects who operated in three syndicates, revealing that they were apprehended by men of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad. The first syndicate was said to have comprised of two members, Lateef Aremu (67) and Kola Sodipo (32), who specialized in purchasing and exhuming corpses for money ritual.

According to the police boss, men of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad arrested Aremu and Sodipo after receiving information about them.

“The Federal SARS received information about some ritualists who specialised in using human parts for ritual purposes. So, based on the information, a team was sent to track them down and the effort was successful when two members of the syndicate were arrested at Owode-Egba area of the state. Recovered from them were human skulls and bones, as well as six live cartridges”.

Speaking with Sunday Vanguard, Aremu confessed that he used human parts to prepare various charms for people, adding that the business had provided him the financial muscle to acquire 15 cars and four houses.

Aremu, who claimed that he was a farmer and herbalist, said the human skull he was allegedly caught with by the police was brought to him by his colleague for money ritual. “I am a farmer and an herbalist. We were doing a foundation in Itoko where I wanted to build a house; there, we saw these bones and we packed them inside a bag and that is all. However, when we wanted to do money ritual, he brought a dry skull for the purpose”, the suspect said.

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