Few hours ago, a popular online blog shared a viral picture of two herbalists who was arrested for murder and this post had stirred up mixed reactions. It a sad case of a hunter being hunted.
According to Instablog, a 35-years old man named Ayo approached one of the herbalists, Faseun, a 40-years-old man to proffer solution to his problem- financial problem. He wanted him to do money ritual for him but Faseun didn't know how to go about it because he hasn't done it before.
He went to his herbalist friend, Fadare to ask for his assistance.There, Fadare suggested they should use Ayo instead for the money ritual and they both agreed. With the help of another man, they were able to carry out their deadly mission. They killed and butchered Ayo in parts.
According to our Faseun, he said they sold one of Ayo's hands for a token of N20,000 (twenty thousand naira) and gave out his heart and the other hand to people for free. As for the head and legs, Fadare said he used it for ritual.
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