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Oyo: Police parade four suspected ritualists with human parts

Four suspected ritualists with mutilated human body parts were paraded by the Oyo State Police Command on Tuesday in Ibadan with the Commissioner of Police,…

Four suspected ritualists with mutilated human body parts were paraded by the Oyo State Police Command on Tuesday in Ibadan with the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Leye Oyebade reiterating that the command would not rest on it oars in reducing the crime rate in the state.
Addressing newsmen, the Commissioner of Police disclosed that the alleged criminals were arrested in an uncompleted building at Owode area of Oyo town in the State.
According to the CP, policemen raided a black spot from where information had previously been received that criminals usually gathered.
He said that the police also found some human body parts in their possession explaining that one of the suspects, Odetunde Jacob, who confessed to the crime told the police that they had killed somebody (name not disclosed) at Ogbomoso area of the state.
“The suspects who all disguised as prophets confessed to the crime,” he said.
Meanwhile, the command also paraded four man suspects for alleged involvement in fraudulent act.
The CP said the suspects claimed that they were major distributors of Cadbury products in Ibadan.
According to him, the suspected fraudsters duped the complainant, Mrs Funke Lawal, the sum of N1.2 million.
He said suspects were consequently arrested at a shrine in Ile-Ife in Osun State where the police recovered some fake dollar and pound sterling notes valued at N2 million.
Furthermore, the command also paraded other six suspects for offences including theft of motorcycle and commercial vehicle.

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