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Thursday, 17 November 2016

A man has been arrested by the Nasarawa State Police Command for allegedly killing his friend's seven-year-old son for money ritual »

The shocking news was disclosed by the spokesman for the
Command, DSP Idrissu Kenedy , on Wednesday, November 16,
Punch reports.

ALSO READ: Couple arrested for killing child for rituals in
Ghana »

The suspect identified as Mr Emmanuel Ishaya of Ushata
village was arrested after the father of the deceased, Joshua
Ebini , filed a report on his son, Isaac Joshua 's disappearance
on October 10.
Kenedy also revealed that information gotten from the suspect
has also led to the arrest of three other suspects, with a
fourth accomplice still at large.
Punch reports that the suspects confessed to the crime during
the interrogations, each explaining their level of involvement.
The prime suspect, Ishaya, confessed to luring the boy from
his father's house on a motorbike to the forest where he killed
him using a stick.
According to the reports, Ishaya removed the boy's genitals
and right buttock, the parts which were requested by his
collaborators.
Kenedy said that the investigation finally revealed that the
whole idea was put together by Aderogba Tunde .
Punch reports that Tunde convinced another suspect, Isah
Ogah , that his aged father in Ogbomosho, Oyo State, could
make money ritual » as far as the required body parts were
provided.
ALSO READ: Suspected ritualists kill teenager with
hunchback in Delta »
Kenedy said, “Isah claimed not to be interested in taking human
life in order to make money, but contacted Yohanna Ibaku, who
brought Emmanuel Ishaya, the prime suspect, into the deal.”
He added that the remains of the deceased have been
recovered from where they were dumped and handed over to
the family for burial.
The spokesman said that the police are still on the trail of the
last suspect and they would all be prosecuted upon the
completion of the investigation.
Vwovwe Egbo

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