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Stunner! Man Catches Ritual Killer With His Mother's Skull In Ogun state (Nigeria)








As indicated by a report by Punch Metro, the Men of the Ogun State Police Command have captured two speculated ritualists subsequent to being gotten by a man, Amoo Bankoke, with the skull of his mom. 






The suspects, Emmanuel Aro, 25, and Anu Olofinju, 25, were accounted for to have sneaked into a burial ground at Eggua in the Yewa North Local Government Area of the state and unearthed the skull from the grave. 

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Abimbola Oyeyemi, affirmed the improvement in an announcement on Sunday. 

Oyeyemi said the suspects were captured keep going Friday on the Ijoun Road in Eggua following an objection by Bankole at the Eggua Police Station. 






As indicated by Oyeyemi, Bankole told the police that he located the two suspects at the graveyard, where the remaining parts of his mom were covered a couple of months back, burrowing the grave and that he speculated them to be planning some mischief vile. 

He included, "Upon his report, the DPO, Eggua Division, SP Kehinde Oyekangun, immediately prepared his men and moved to the scene, however met the two men out and about. 

"They were instantly greeted and upon an inquiry of the pack they conveyed, the skull of a lady was found in it. 

"The complainant distinguished the skull to be that of his mom. 

"Upon cross examination, the two suspects admitted to the wrongdoing and conceded that they proposed to utilize the skull for cash customs." 

The PPRO said the state Commissioner of Police, Bashir Makama, had requested the prompt exchange of the suspects to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further examination and indictment. 

In a related improvement, two men, Muhammed Sanni, 56, and Raimi Abdulateef, 20, were on Friday summoned before an Osun State Magistrates' Court sitting in Osogbo for possessing a human skull. 

The men, who showed up before Magistrate Olusegun Ayilara, were said to have intended to utilize the skull for cash customs. 






They were charged on three checks verging on unlawful ownership of a skull and disgusting impedance with the leader of a body. 

The denounced, who had no lawful portrayal, were said to have unearthed and serious the leader of a unidentified body around Okeola zone of Osogbo. 






The police examiner, ASP John Idoko, expressed that the suspects were captured on September 24, 2019, around 2.45am. 

He clarified that the suspects were found with a human skull, which they expected to use for ceremonial purposes, including that their activity negated areas 516, 329 (A), 242 (1)(b) of the Criminal Code, Cap 34 Vol. 11, Laws of Osun State of Nigeria, 2002. 






The appli cation of the blamed for bail was not conceded by the court. 






Judge Ayilara, in his decision, requested the denounced to be remanded in a remedial focus and suspended the case till December 18, 2019.





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