Timothy Odeniyi, a suspected ritualist, was apprehended by members from the Amotekun Corps in Ondo State after being detected with human parts.
On the 30th of January, he was apprehended in Ondo town. After his arrest, the 35-year-old truck driver claimed he was promised N30 million if he could produce and deliver the parts to Lagos.
He stated this to journalists after being apprehended by Amotekun officials in Akure.
“I went to the cemetery to c*t the legs and hands of one of the bodies buried there,” he explained. Before I was apprehended,
“I went to the cemetery to c*t the legs and hands of one of the bodies buried there,” he explained. I had planned to deliver the human parts to the person who sent me to Lagos before I was apprehended. Once I deliver the stuff, he promised to give me N30 million.
I only went to the Ondo town burial ground in the Sabo area to c#t the parts; I didn’t k!ll anyone, and it was my first time. I used to drive a trailer. When I used to drive a truck, the person who sent me used to be my supervisor. I used to throw it in the trash, and he’ll send people to pick it up.”
“They should condemn these individuals to death immediately,” tweeted Instagram user @misola in response to the report. “Someone can not even walk without fear again.”