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How I Killed My Cousin, 4 Others, Sells Body Parts To Ritualists- Suspect



How I Killed My Cousin, 4 Others, Sells Body Parts To Ritualists- Suspect

We used to cut human parts on demand by some people ‘big men’ and we use them for black soap making

Akure, Ondo State– Men of the Ondo state police command have arrested a middle-aged man identified as Dolapo Daniel Babalola for killing his childhood friend, Opeyemi Oyelakin, before stealing his motorcycle.

The Ondo Police Commissioner, Peter Abayomi, told newsmen that Babalola sold the motorcycle in Ibadan and went on to dismember Opeyemi’s body part, selling it to ritualists in Ibadan, Oyo state capital.

The suspect also confessed to killing his cousin and three other people but said he could not confirm if all his victims died after hitting them with sticks or stones before stealing their motorcycles.

Police investigations revealed that Babalola also operated in Kabba, Kogi where he killed an Okada rider and killed another victim in Ife along Ilesha road in Osun state in April 2023.

Narrating how he used to kill his victims, the suspect said, “Whenever they recognise me, I will drag and kill them with a stick, take their motorcycles and cut parts of their bodies for rituals.”

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While disclosing that he had been in the trade since 2021, Babalola revealed that they carry out their operations within the town and neighbouring states.

According to him, “I have killed five people including my cousin and my friend and snatched their motorcycles. I killed Opeyemi, who is my friend and sold the motorcycle to a man in Ibadan called Taoheed. I do not sell human parts but I took part of one of my victims’ bodies to an herbalist in Ondo who promised to give me an Ifa Oracle.

“At the point where we snatched motorcycles, anyone who struggled with me in the process got hit on the head with a fat stone and a stick.”

Another suspect, Quadri Lawal and his cohorts confessed that he cut off one of his victim’s heads into two, one part for his colleague and kept the other for ritual purposes.

The 35- year-old man who recounted the events, said, “While hunting in the bush, I stumbled upon the lifeless body of a woman, which I then informed Oluawo about.”

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He continued, “Oluawo requested that I extract certain body parts, which I complied with by cutting off a portion of the human head. One part was kept in my residence while the other was handed over to Oluawo as requested.”

Lawal said they used and turned the head into black soap for people for different purposes mainly for money making.

He said, “We used to cut human parts on demand by some people ‘big men’ and we use them for black soap making.“

Parading the suspects, the Ondo State commissioner of police, Abayomi Oladapo, said other suspects involved in the kidnapping at Ofosu in Idanre, those who killed one evangelist Opeyemi Oyelakin and two herbalists who cut human parts for money ritual business.

The police also arrested one Adetokunbo Adesina, who claimed to have been hired to kill over 500 persons, after collecting N110,000 from his victim. According to the police investigation, Adetokunbo claimed to have been assigned by the three members of staff of the victim who hired him to kill her.

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“Out of fear, the victim sent the sum of ₦110,000 to the account forwarded to her. Through Technical assistance, he was arrested. But the suspect claimed he was sick and needed money to carry out a surgical operation and decided to use the threat as a means to extort the victim because she refused to employ him in her pure water factory.”

Similarly, the Ondo Police Commissioner, Peter Abayomi, said a 30-year-old man, Abdullahi Fatai, who was suspected of having killed his wife, was also arrested.

“Preliminary investigation revealed that the suspect and his wife Olayode Morenike (late) had always quarrelled over the issue of going to check on her child in her former marriage. The suspects after killing the deceased took pictures of the body and locked the corpse in the house till late night before raising an alarm.”

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