Kehinde Oladimeji, 41, and his 35-year-old wife Adejumoke Raji, who were apprehended with human body parts in the Leme region of Ogun State, have described how they killed their victim.
Oladimeji told reporters at the Ogun State Police Headquarters on Monday, February 14, how his better half killed and butchered her companion’s body without his help.
According to him, his wife said that a friend had harmed her in the past, and that this was the reason she committed suicide. They later gave their victim’s head to a man named Oluomo in Ibadan, but were apprehended by the police.
In the words of Oladimeji:
“There was a time when my wife welcomed a lady acquaintance to our house for a visit. She came the first time on a Tuesday, stayed for the day, and then returned home.
The second time she visited, though, it was on a Thursday. My wife made noodles and eggs for the lady that day, which she ate. The lady thereafter went into the bathroom to take a shower.
But, as the day grew dark, I asked my wife when her friend would return home, but she stated she was weak and needed to lie down to regain her strength. I sat in the backyard for a while, but when I returned to the room, I discovered my wife had murdered her companion.
When I questioned why she did it, she said the lady had upset her many years before. Ibadan was the place where the head was purchased. Oluomo is his name.”
“In Ibadan, I have a friend who goes by the name Omo Baale. He stated that he required a human head, but I informed him that I lacked such a connection or anyone who could assist him.
My wife overheard the conversation and inquired as to how much the man would be willing to pay for a human head. I told him he could pay N70,000 if he wanted to. I had no idea my wife had made her decision.
As you can see, I’m not a particularly strong individual. I had wanted to do something when the tragedy occurred.