One Killed, 2 Ritualists captured in Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command has captured two suspects engaged with rituals at Ijanikin region of Lagos State.

The command's Spokesman, CSP Chike Oti, who revealed this in an announcement on Tuesday, said the third suspect was lynched by a mob before the police got to the scene.

Oti said the suspects were purportedly found with a disintegrating human body under the Cele Nicer Bridge, Ijanikin.

He said the police had gotten data that a lady (name withheld), was found inside a passage under the extension with a decaying human body.

"The revelation pulled in a perturbed swarm, which almost lynched her put something aside for the fast intercession of policemen drafted from Ijanikin Divisional Police home office to the scene.

"The save group from that point looked through the passage and captured a speculate accepted to be an assistant of the female suspects.

"The third suspect, who got away from the passage to abstain from being captured, was gotten by a perturbed crowd who set him burning," he said.

The police representative said the Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, had coordinated the Divisional Police Officer responsible for Ijanikin to cordon off the scene to guarantee that the remaining parts were not messed with for scientific examination.

"The specialists are normal at the scene today (Aug. 28) for logical examination of the carcass, the passage and different displays discovered in that," he said.

Edgal portrayed the occurrence as deplorable as it happened disregarding the different town lobby gatherings he had held to sharpen networks in the state to the insidiousness of wilderness equity.

"They slaughtered one of the presumes who may have been extremely valuable in the continuous examination as opposed to giving him over to the police," Edgal said.
He cautioned that anyone found to have enjoyed such a demonstration later on would be captured and charged for murder to fill in as an obstacle to others.

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