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28-year-old nabbed with fresh woman’s head, intestines

The police command in Osun revealed that the suspect was caught at a cemetery.

• September 19, 2022
Commissioner of Police in Osun, Olawale Olokode
Commissioner of Police in Osun, Olawale Olokode

The police command in Osun says it has arrested a 28-year-old man, Ismail Adewuyi, found with a fresh woman’s head and intestines in the Ede area of the state.

The command’s spokeswoman, Yemisi Opalola, stated in Osogbo that the suspected ritualist was nabbed on Saturday by Isa Usman, a member of the Nigerian Hunters Association, who took him to the police.

Ms Opalola added that Mr Adewuyi was caught at a cemetery by the hunter.

The police spokeswoman added that the command had started interrogating the suspect. 


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