Authorities of the Nigeria Police on Wednesday apprehended a 38 year old man, identified as Ajibade Rasheed with fresh head of an old woman, including her vagina, liver and intestine in Osogbo, Osun State capital.
Other parts of the body of the victim found on the man include two palms, lungs and the blood.
Parading the man with the fresh human head, still dripping with blood at the Police headquarters, in Osogbo, Osun State Commissioner of Police, Mr Fimihan Adeoye said policemen on surveillance arrested the suspect at Oluode market, in Osogbo.
According to him, “he was bringing the fresh human head and other vital organs of his victim from Aagba, a community in Boripe local government area of Osun State. We want to establish the identity of the victim and get to know where and how the victim was killed.”
While assuring that the Police would get to root of the dastardly act, Adeoye said an accomplice to the suspect, who was in the vehicle, in which the human head was found escaped and efforts were ongoing to arrest him.
The fresh human head and other vital organs, severed from the body of the unidentified woman were found in one red colour Isuzu Rodeo Jeep, marked LSD 987 DJ after the suspect was arrested by the Police.
Speaking to journalists, the suspect, Ajibade Rasheed, a native of Ikirun said “I am an Alfa and herbalist. Somebody, who is known as Olorungbede came to me and said he wanted to do money ritual. I told him the materials for the job, which include fresh human head, private part of a woman and others and he said he would get it by himself.”
Ajibade, who said he was observing fasting, explained that “the man brought the fresh human head to me today. My plan was to keep the head and other parts it in my place till the end of Ramadan fasting before using it for the money ritual.”
He added that the vehicle in which the fresh human head and other parts were found belonged to his brother, adding that “I did not kill the woman. It was that man that brought the human head and other parts to me.”
– Nigerian Tribune