In Lagos Policeman arrests man found with pounded human flesh during routine check

PM News reports reveal that one of the suspects identified as Ekene, had been accosted by a police detective during a routine check along Bucknor area of Ejigbo, Lagos State.

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News reports have revealed the arrest of three suspects in connection to a stash of ponded human flesh found in sac in Lagos State.

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PM News reports reveal that one of the suspects identified as Ekene, had been accosted by a police detective during a routine check along Bucknor area of Ejigbo, Lagos State.

Upon his arrest with a white sac containing the human flesh which had been pounded, Ekene had gone on to expose his accomplices leading to their arrests.

The other two suspects have been revealed to be an oil and gas business man and middle aged man, who is believed to be a native doctor, respectively, names withheld.

The Lagos State Police public Relation Officer, PPRO, SP Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the arrest, revealing that the suspects are currently undergoing interrogation following the gruesome discovery.

Police sources reveal that Ekene had reportedly been accosted by the police detective while on a routine with a white sack which had contained some undisclosed content and upon the order to open the sack, Ekene had immediately confessed.

Ekene was immediately arrested and taken to a nearby police station, with the case transferred to SARS.

The suspects confessional statement had reportedly revealed a promise of N500,000 by the oil magnate who had asked him to abduct a baby.

He went on to reveal that he had been paid an advance fee of N100,000, after which he had kidnapped a 2-yr-old child, which he had taken to the native doctor as instructed.

Ekene's statement went on to reveal that he had been apprehended on his way to return the pounded body and severed head to the 2-yr-old child to the oil magnate in exchange for his N400,000 balance.

PM News reports that upon a visit by their correspondents to SARS on Wednesday, March 23, the suspects were still in their custody undergoing interrogation.

Mrs Badmus revealed to PM News correspondents that the oil magnate is yet to confess to his role in the heinous crime, noting that his denial has caused the case to drag.

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She added that the police have also intensified efforts to discover what had really happened, arresting and prosecuting all those involved in the crime.

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