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Herbalist, Friend In Ogun Kill Man For Sacrifice

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The police in Ogun State have arrested a herbalist, Owolabi Mesioye, and a friend, Oloruntoyin, for allegedly killing an unnamed man for human sacrifice.

Concise News understands that this happened at Alaako-Ijeun Egboro area of Abeokuta, the state capital on March 28th.

According to the police, Oloruntoyin allegedly lured the unidentified victim to his home near Mesioye’s residence at night, and then called on the herbalist that he had brought the man to be used for the ritual they had talked about.

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The duo lured the victim to the back of Oloruntoyin’s residence, where they allegedly hit him with a charm that made him unconscious.

Neighbours who saw Oloruntoyin when he brought the unidentified man home were said to have become suspicious when they did not see the man again.

The worried neighbours then launched a search for the missing man for two days before they found his mutilated body floating on a fish pond at the back of Oloruntoyin’s house on Thursday March 28th.

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The matter was reported at the Ibara Police Division, but men of the station could not visit the scene until the following day.

It was learnt that Mesioye who was to celebrate his annual Ifa festival on March 30th had denied his complicity in the human sacrifice scandal.

He was said to have accused residents of the area of being hostile to him and trying to frame him up for what he knew nothing about.

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“The herbalist had been warned several times to desist from placing sacrifices at junctions in the community. He was summoned to a meeting by the community leaders but he did not honour the invitation. Same with Oloruntoyin, who also has not been attending landlords’ meetings,’’ said a source

Confirming the incident, the state police command spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the case had been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID), Eleweran, Abeokuta, where the suspects are currently detained.

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