A arrested by the Oyo State Police Command for being in possession of human parts told the police that he and his colleagues operate human abattoirs.
A 50-year-old man, Kamoru Oladele, who was arrested by the police in Oyo State for being in possession of human parts, shocked operatives and other onlookers at the State Police Command Headquarters that he and his colleagues own human abattoirs in Oyo and Osun States where they sell human parts and also uses them to produce good luck charms for his clients.
Oladele who also narrated that he sells human parts for between N25,000 and N30,000, was captured by the special anti-kidnapping squad of the Command after receiving intelligence report on his activities and those of his gang members.
The suspects, while being paraded at the Command Headquarters, confessed thus:
“I am a herbalist and I do fortune charms for people. I am not the one that usually sells human parts. I buy from some people. This is my first time of engaging in this kind of business.
I usually buy the human skull for N10,000 and sell it for N25,000, for those that come for fortune charms. Human skull is called agbon meaning coconut. We have our human abattoirs at Amuloko and Kuta villages in Oyo and Osun states, respectively."
The police said when Oladele's house was searched, nee smoked human skull was recovered.
They further explained that the suspect used coded words for different human parts. Oladele said the words can only be decoded by their initiates, adding that “a human head that sells for N30,000 is called agbon (coconut).”