LAGOS Two suspected money ritualists have been arrested by the Police operatives from the Ogun State Command in poccession of a woman’s skull.
The suspects however confessed to the Police that they had wanted to use the skull for money ritual through a native doctor in the State.
The suspects, namely Emmanuel Aro, 25 and Anu Olofinju, 25, reportedly went to a native doctor to procure charms that will make them become rich and be influential in the society.
They were charged certain amount of money and were asked to bring a woman’s part which will be used to prepare the charms for them. They then went to a cemetery and stole a human skull. While taking it to the native doctor, they were arrested by the Police for interrogation.
Police alleged that the suspects had killed the woman, whose skull was found them, and that they should take the Police to the place where they buried the other parts of her body.
The suspects denied and confessed to the Police that they did not kill the victim and then narrated their encounter with the native doctor. It was then that they revealed they stole the skull from a cemetery and were taking it to the native doctor before they were arrested.
Confirming the report, the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi stated that the suspects were in police custody for further investigation.
The suspects, both aged 25, were nabbed along Ijoun Road, Eggua and the skull was that of a woman.
Oyeyemi added that the suspects admitted that they intended to use the skull for money making rituals and will be charged to Court after the conclusion of investigation.
Source: The Nigerian Observer