Man Of God and 4 Others Arrested In Osun, See What Was Found In Their Possession

On Wednesday, the state police of Osun State, Nigeria, paraded a pastor from Kajola, near Osogbo, the capital of Osun State, Olagunju Adetunji, because he was found to be in possession of human hands and legs.

Also, the group was led by the 40- year- old preacher, followed by Rasheed Ajani, Saka Akeem, Abiodun Adetimilehin, and Adewumi Gbadamosi, a herbalist, all of whom have been arrested for the alleged murder of a young man called Kehinde who was murdered in Osogbo.

The state Commissioner of Police, Wale Olokode, noted that having access to a large amount of intelligence, the investigators detained the suspects at Oke Ayepe and Kajola Ljesha in Osogbo.

The accused were caught with two sets of decaying hands and two sets of decaying legs, all belonging to a man named Kehinde, whose surname and address are still unknown. It was revealed during the investigation that the primary suspect, Gbadamosi Adewumi, confessed to the crime and indicated that the victim’ s head was given to one Olagunju Adetunji for rituals, ” the CP reported.

Gbadamosi made this revelation to journalists while talking about night guard duty post in Osogbo, where he claims he shot and killed Kehinde and after doing so, dismembered him. Gbadamosi then took some of the body parts and disposed of the rest in a river.

After consulting the 50- year- old herbalist, I discovered that he had given the head to Adetunji and his companion, Saka, who had asked him for help because of financial difficulties.

He additionally stated that Ajani, who was on shift at the time, assisted him with carrying the victim to his car after he had committed the murder.

Adetunji rejected the notion that he had received the dead man’ s head from the herbalist, but he did admit to meeting Gbadamosi in a church, since his buddy, Adetimilehin, had brought him there for spiritual guidance.

A criminal case was initiated following Olokode’ s statement that the suspects would be arraigned before a court once the investigation had been concluded.


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