Mar. 28, 2014
The Oyo State capital, Ibadan, has been in the news for all the wrong reasons in the last one week and the gory stories continue to unravel. First it was the discovery of a horror forest where human bodies and skeletons were discovered in a community. Few days after that discovery, a man who disguised himself as a mad man was arrested with human tongues and other body part.
The fake lunatic caught in Ibadan engaged in nasty crimes
He was caught under a bridge with 25 human tongues!
Our correspondent gathered that the horrible event was discovered as everyone in state have become alerting and “self guards”.
The nabed ritualist was said to be a middle aged man.
Apart from the tongue, other items found on him were women bras, pants and bones.
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The ritualist was caught at Ring Road on Tuesday, while the people of Ibadan are yet to recover from the shocking revelation of the forest of horror where hundred of innocent citizens have lost their lives to kidnappers.
A source told our correspondent that “The nabbed ritualist who has been staying by the side of the pedestrian bridge at Oni and Son bus stop have been perpetuating the evil acts for some months now.”
An eye witness who spoke under anonymity disclosed that luck ran against the middle aged man “when some resident of the area who have been suspecting his movement discovered his notorious act and decided to deal with the support of police.
“While searching him, papers were among the items found under the bridge where he kept his loot and dangerous weapon.”
“Also various bras and pants of different sizes were found with female clothes who are believed to be his victim. Human bones and tongue were also found at the scene,” another eyewitness said.
A resident of Ibadan, Ade Kanmbi wrote, “Operation Attack Any Mad Man, Woman” begins in Ibadan following the arrest this morning, of two suspected ritualists who feigned mental derangement. One of was caught with human tongues.”
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