Police in Ogun State, Nigeria, has taken into its custody, one Libaq Alabade, for alleged use of severed human parts for money ritual.
According to Instablog9ja, Mr Alabade who is a herbalist, based in Ajuwon community in Ifo, Ogun State, was successfully arrested after an informant who begged to remain anonymous hinted the police on his activities and whereabouts.
Alabade who was caught red handed with severed human parts upon his arrest is said to own numberless houses where he buries his victims in a shallow grave, to enable him dig the bodies out and remove the parts he would need for rituals.
In all of these, the suspect(Alabade) continued to plead innocent, despite being caught red handed, he also went on to say that he is being set up by one Segun who is also a herbalist in Ogun State.
Alabade explained that Segun is now making do his words after he had vowed to deal with him for exposing him and his evil deeds to the police.
He said Segun made this vow during the time he (Alabade) was doing a security job as a member of OPC, “ I used to work as a security agent who helps the Nigerian police identify some of these dangerous elements in our country. What i do is to inform the police of their atrocities because i love a decent society and i value human lives” he said.
The suspect, Mr Alabade, also said that he was able to build so many houses and marry seven wives because people paid huge amounts for him to help them prepare charms for ‘Manpower’ , a type of charm that can make a man last over 30 minutes during sex, charms that make women fall pregnant and love charms .
According to Alabade, desperate internet fraudsters (Yahoo boys) are the reason they request for female panties, when further questioned. ” These yahoo boys make a lot of money from that business, that is why my colleagues ask them to bring money and some odd things like female panties. Women whose panties are stolen do not run mad or die mysteriously because we only use their panties to produce love charms , not money rituals”. he added
Meanwhile, contrary to Mr Alabade’s claims on ‘Yahoo boys and what they supposedly do with stolen panties’, it is rumoured that people whose panties were stolen by these desperate internet fraudsters die from strange illnesses, lose their senses or be trailed by ill luck.