HOW WE MURDER PEOPLE, SELL THEIR BODY PARTS AFTER GAINING THEIR TRUSTS- ARRESTED IBADAN RITUALISTS, SEE PX

By Muhaimin Olowoporoku Four suspects paraded by the Osun State Police command have confessed to being ritual killers and into the business of selling body parts. Lukman Garuba, 31, one of those paraded said that he bought a human part from ritualist killers for N2,000 after police nabbed him in Iwo, Osun State. Tajudeen Monsuru, 31, and Hamsat Akeem, 25, confessed to having kidnapped and killed one Akanbi Adeolu. The fourth suspect, Awayewasere Yusuf, 37, said he has bought the human parts from the ritualists and also sold them to…

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RITUALISTS KILL ANOTHER TEENAGER IN IBADAN

Some people suspected to be ritualists have killed another teenager in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital. DAILY POST gathered that the 16-year-old teenager known as Toke was murdered Monday night along the Ibadan-Oyo Road in Akinyele Local Government Area of the state. Our correspondent recalls that Akinyele Local Government has been in the news for a series of killings suspected to be carried out by ritualists. Five people including an 18-year-old teenager, Barakat Bello were killed in the local government in June this year, though Oyo state police command had paraded…

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ANOTHER LADY RAPED TO DEATH IN IBADAN

By Ola Ajayi – Ibadan Just few days after two students were raped in Ibadan, the Oyo State Police command has confirmed another rape and killing of a 21-year-old lady in a church mission building. The rape victim was identified as Grace Oshiagwu. The incident happened at Idi-ori Area Shasha off Expressway today. According to information gathered, there were machete cuts on her head. While confirming the story, the State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Gbenga Fadeyi, he said the victim was raped and killed by unknown assailant(s). “Investigation has commenced into…

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SEE THE VARIOUS KILLER CAMPS IN IBADAN

Ibadan, Oyo state capital and the nation’s third-largest of about 3.5 million people, is fast-becoming perilous in spite of the recurring news of illegal detentions and eventual killings of humans across uncovered hideouts there. The Police ransacked an illegal torture camp at Ojoo area, the heart of the capital city, where over 250 inmates were rescued and are being rehabilitated. The Nation collated a few locations that have been uncovered for these inhumane acts in the last four years with their peculiar events: * Evil forest that made Soka community…

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FULANI KIDNAPPERS LAYING SIEGE ON IBADAN SAYS LECTURER WHO IS EX-KIDNAP VICTIM

  Ademola Babalola, Ibadan The recently kidnapped Chairman of the Academic Staff Union of Polytechnics, College of Agriculture, Igbo Ora branch, Olujide Opadijo, on Thursday, alleged renewed kidnapping activities in the area and called on the Oyo State Government to come to the aid of the community. Opadijo was kidnapped alongside four other union leaders about three weeks ago while returning from a meeting in Oke Ogun area of the state. He was later set free after allegedly paying N5m ransom to the kidnappers, some of who he identified as…

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PANIC AS SUSPECTED SERIAL KILLERS INVADE IBADAN

Ademola Babalola, Ibadan The Oyo State Police Command, on Tuesday, allayed the fears of residents of Ibadan over the alleged presence of a serial killer squad, suspected to be Badoo boys, in the city. It was gathered that residents of Abatakan, Ojoo, Fatokun, Moniya, Olomowewe and Akingbile, all in the Akinyele Local Government Area of the state, had been living in fear in the last few days. As a consequence, the residents have resorted to returning home early from their daily activities and remain indoors, while advising visitors to call them…

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TENSION IN IBADAN OVER EVICTION OF FULANI HERDSMEN

Kemi Olaitan in Ibadan Residents of some communities in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, have sent “Save-Our-Soul” appeal to the State Governor, Mr. Seyi Makinde to beef up security in and around the borders of their communities to protect the people against the dreaded Bororo Fulanis who were evicted by neighbouring communities in Ogun State. THISDAY learnt that the herders were ordered by the community leaders to vacate the land or face the wrath of the people following the killings of some farmers, especially one farmer and his children, by…

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