Once married woman, who lived in Ogbagi Akoko Ondo State was on last Sunday beheaded and rip in pieces all her vital parts, which was catered away by the killer suspected to be ritualist.
Her headless body was discovered in a pool of blood with fireplaced on her cut out chest. The deceased person, identified as Mrs.Jimoh a.k.a Iya Rukayat originally hailed from Akungba but married in Ogbagi.
The deceased woman, we learnt lost her husband years back which was the reason she lived alone.
Police were said to have cordoned off the entire area as at Monday morning depriving people from gaining entrance to the number J/M 17, residence of the victim.
“They severed her vagina and head……I have never seen something of that nature before. The victim was a widower after all and we suspect money _making ritual “Further checks revealed that the victim once married a man from another town whom she divorced for unknown reasons.
The traditional ruler of the town, His Majesty, Oba Victor Ojo Adetona, the Owa of Ogbagi who confirmed the incident, said, he had since summoned an emergency meeting of Owa in Council, which is the most powerful arm of his command to the Palace to deliberate on the issue.
He said the Council is made up of high Chiefs and other prominent individuals. ”I have never seen this type of thing in my life. That is why we are not folding our arms. As a king, I am deeply concerned.
As a human being, I am touched. Of course, the police are already investigating the painful incident. I hope they would do a thorough investigation,”
Independent investigation revealed that the victim woman was living alone, having lost her husband which might have partly been the reason why nobody heard her scream when her attackers struck.
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