A total of seven residents with mutilated human parts have been apprehended by the Osun State chapter of the Southwest security network, codenamed Operation Amotekun.
According to our sources, a man named Ganiyu Wasiu (35) and his 21-year-old daughter, Muizzat Wasiu, were the prime suspects in the heinous deeds committed.
In a statement issued by the State Amotekun Field Commandant, Comrade Amitolu Shittu, it was revealed that Wasiu and his daughter were apprehended in the Oke-Fia area of Igege Town, in the Olaoluwa Local Government Area of the state, according to the statement.
The suspects were reportedly transporting mutilated human parts in a Ghana-Must-Go bag to a location when they were apprehended by local law enforcement officers.
When we found out that the father, Wasiu, had been beaten nearly to death and was on the verge of being lynched, we were outraged.
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As a result of the fresh human parts investigation, seven additional suspects were apprehended in Iwo town. The identity of the deceased has not yet been determined. Amotekun commandant noted in a statement that the following people were arrested: Lawal Ibraheem (25), Adiatu Rufus (19), Fatola Niyi (45), Eniola Akeem (42), Chief Amusan (64), Alaba Oyeniran (31) and Oyekola Ibraheem (20).
Amitolu went on to say that all of the suspects who had been apprehended had been turned over to the Department of State Service (DSS) for further examination.
Meanwhile, a video has emerged on the internet showing some operatives of the Nigerian Army brutalizing an officer of the Nigerian Police Force in a merciless manner.
The incident, according to what we’ve learned, occurred last weekend in Ibadan, the capital of the state of Oyo.
While the exact reason for the violent attack on an officer from a sister agency is still unknown, the soldiers can be seen in the video assaulting one of the police officers who appeared to be in charge of traffic at a busy intersection in Ibadan at the time of the incident.
We observed that the assaulted officer was approaching one of the military officers when he was slapped, kicked, and otherwise assaulted by the other officers present.