Amotekun parades three suspected human parts dealers

No fewer than three suspected human parts dealers have been arrested by the operatives of Amotekun corps in Oyo State.

The newsmen reports that the suspects were arrested for allegedly killing a 73-year-old man.

It was gathered that the three suspects connived to kill Adeniyi Adebisi Samuel in Ibadan.

The suspects include Olalekan Akande, Ismail Muraina and one other.

They were paradedat by Amotekun Corps at Dandaru Area of Mokola in Ibadan on Tuesday.

The State Deputy Commandant of Amotekun, Kazeem Akinro, confirmed that the suspects were arrested in connection with the killing of the deceased.

He said, “We heard a report about some suspected ritualists yesterday evening.

“We started the investigation and we arrested the first suspect in his house who later took us to the other suspects.

“The suspects confirmed that they kidnapped a man along Amuloko-Akanran road, slaughtered him and removed his head.

“The head was then given to one Abdulrasheed Olanrewaju who needs it for rituals. We apprehended Abdulrasheed but he had already burnt the head into ashes”.

Akinro said one of the suspects, Olalekan Akande confessed that he used charm to kidnap the victim.

He added that the suspects would be handed over to police after investigation is concluded.

“We are still investigating and once we are done with our own investigation, we shall hand the case over to the police afterward”.

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