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Two presumed faction individuals in Ogun State say they offer human hands for N5,000 each to raise reserves for their operations.

 The men, Oluwaseun Odueh, aka Cleff; and Wasiu Adejumo, aka Bomber, the two individuals from the Eiye Confraternity, were captured by agents of the Zonal Intervention Squad in the Ibogun region of the state.

 The suspects, who were additionally blamed for being burglars, were captured alongside three cultivators, including a conventional ruler, who professedly purchased the hands of the casualties.

 The cultivators, Ifatona Akanni, aka Ajana Oro; Isiaka Ajani and Oko Musa, said they had purchased seven hands from the religion individuals, including that every wa purchased for N5,000.

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In any case, when we understood that we required cash for our exercises, we chose to make enquiries on what we could do with the body parts.

That was the way we began removing their hands and offering them. I have been engaged with the murder of four individuals from the adversary faction.”

The 32-year-old said he turned into a faction part because of the abuse he endured as an undergrad of a college in Ogun State, including that he joined the posse in his group when he completed from school.

The second suspect, Adejumo, who additionally admitted to be an Internet fraudster (yippee hurray), said he was a piece of the squad that killed two individuals from the Aiye faction he distinguished as Kehinde and Lekan Welder.

The 30-year-old said a battle between two pioneers in the Ijoko region prompted the expansion in clique killings in the group.

“We slaughtered Kehinde and Lekan Welder because they murdered our individuals and remove their hands.

They killed Fele (Sunday) and Callous, a last year understudy of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta. They additionally killed Godogodo and Rati. We pitch the hands to botanists,” he included.

One of the cultivators, Musa, said he had purchased three hands from the faction individuals, including that he had paid N10,000 and was owing them N5,000 adjust.

He stated, “I am a cultivator.

I likewise consult Ifaand Opele for my customers. I met these young men when they came to worship Ogun at my sanctuary and from that point forward, they had sold just three hands to me; both dry and new. I utilize the hands for asiri bibo (fetish favoring). I purchased each hand for N5,000. I gave them N10,000, and owed an adjust of N5,000.”

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Those murdered by the men were recognized as one Tunde, who was executed at the Cherubim and Seraphim Church Railway Line, Ogba Ayo, Ijoko, in 2016, with his two hands cut off.

Likewise executed were one Lateef, Kehinde and Yinka, in the Ijoko territory in the vicinity of 2016 and January 2017.

The hands of the men were cut off.

The police said on May 28, 2017, three men were likewise executed at Candozo Hotel, Fadahunsi, Ijoko, around 8pm, while in June 2017, two individuals were murdered at Ogba Ayo Junction and Agoro Junction, Ijoko, with their hands missing.

One of the speculated religion individuals, Odueh, said every one of the casualties were individuals from the Aiye Confraternity, an opponent faction, including that they were slaughtered amid responses.

He said their hands were sold to botanists to raise stores for the exercises of his group.

He stated, “Amazingness conflicts between the religions began around six years prior in Ijoko. The Aiye clique executed our members, Godogodo, Fele, Callous and others. Each time they killed them, they remove their hands. We needed to strike back by doing likewise to them.

“At first, we were discarding the body parts. In

The second botanist, Akanni, 53, said he had purchased two hands from the men for a similar reason.

At the point when our journalist asked how he knew the part was valuable for the reason and who his customers were, he parried the inquiries, saying the appeal didn’t work.

The third botanist, Ajani, who is the baale of Ososun town, in the Ifo Local Government Area of Ogun State, said the religion individuals acquainted themselves with him as land examiners, including that they later brought two hands which he purchased for N10,000.

The Zone 2 Police Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, said Odueh was the first to be captured.

She stated, “Odueh was captured on August 23 by the ZIS group amid a watch at around 2pm in the Ibogun zone of Ogun State. On cross examination, he admitted to having a place with the Eiye Confraternity and said he was likewise an individual from an outfitted theft posse. We along these lines captured different individuals from the pack.

“The police recuperated three privately made slice to-measure firearms, seven live cartridges, and human parts prepared into inventions and powder for fixation use from the suspects.

“The Assistant Inspector-General of Police, Zone 2, Adamu Ibrahim, has requested that the suspects ought to be summoned in court.


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