Police uncover human parts from suspected ritualists in Delta
Delta State Police Command on Tuesday recovered a Bagco Bag containing human skull and other human parts suspected to be that of kidnapped Joy Osameze in Shegelo Beach, Obiaruku.
The police disclosed this to journalists in a signed press statement by the state Commissioner of Police, Ari Mohammed Alion Wednesday
According to the statement, 18-year old Emmanuel Ojibi led the Special Anti-Kidnapping and Cyber Crimes Squad operatives to the arrest of Razaq Ifamaye, who confessed to being a member of the kidnapping syndicate that abducted Joy Osameze, a 39- year old on 05/02/2021 on her way back from farm at Abraka Farm reserve Obiaruku.
After the suspect confession, police operatives of the Special Anti-Kidnapping and Cyber Crimes squad stormed Shegelo Beach, Obiaruku on 09/03/2021 where the human parts were recovered in the premises of one Chikogwu Isaac, aka Ikuku.
Those arrested by the police so far comprise Emmanuel Ojibe ‘m’, age 18yrs, Osam Ogolime, ‘m’, age 21yrs, Ossai Reuben ‘m’ age 22yrs, Odigili Chukwutem ‘m’ age 33yrs and Ukpaka Confidence ‘m’ age 20yrs.
Others include Razaq Ifamaye, ‘m’, age 38yrs, and Gbenga Olawuyi, ‘m’, age 50yrs both natives of Ekiti State and Chikogwu Isaac, aka Ikuku, ‘m’, 38yrs, a native of Obiaruku.
The CP added that Chikogwu Isaac, aka Ikuku instigated four others, who are now at large.
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