Suspect Recounts How He Was Paid #3000 To Kill Six People
By Busayy | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 1 views
There has be report on the incessant killings in Akinyele Local Government in Oyo State which has instill fear in the heart of the people of the community.
In the early hour of 17th July, 19 years old Sunday Shodipe was arrested in connection to the killing in Akiyele Local Government of Oyo state.
He was paraded by the police where he recounted how he was paid only #3000 to kill six people, which is estimated to #500 per killing.
According to Sunday, he confessed that he always followed the order of an herbalist named "Ajani" who is 50 years of ago kill with many incisions and incantation to make him invisible to catch.
Ajani on his part when interrogated denied sending Sunday on a killing spree. He told the police that he released Sunday Six days after his mother brought him to him to learn how to become an herbalist.
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