Ifasoji Ayangbesan, a 35-year-old man has been recently reported by Punch News to have been arrested by the Ogun State Police for allegedly killing and dismembering a young lady, Oyindamola Adeyemi. During interrogation while in police custody, he revealed that he burnt the victim's fresh human legs which he purchased at N20,000, so he can preserve it at home to finish the ritual later.
According to him, he was not part of those who killed the young lady and dismembered her, but he confessed to buying her legs. He stated that the essence of burning the victim's two legs was to preserve it in his house so that he can finish the rituals when he comes back from Ajah since he had a job over there. He made it clear that burning the legs were part of what he was taught on preparing for the rituals.
He said, "I was taught how to go about the rituals. I burnt her two fresh legs to preserve it at home so I can finish the ritual later because I was traveling to Ajah. I did not murder the young lady, but I only bought her legs".
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