Six remanded for allegedly utilizing human components for cash ritual

A Justice of the Peace Court docket sitting in Osogbo, Osun has ordered the remand of six males for allegedly utilizing human components for cash ritual.

The accused individuals; Ogunwole Lukman, 20; Jimoh Saheed, 29; Ogunlola Isiaka (41), Olawale Sodiq, 21; Lukman Oyeyemi, 40; and Muidini Akanji, 30 had been arraigned on Monday for utilizing the flesh of a corpse for cash ritual.

The accused had been charged for illegal possession of Human flesh and misconduct in regard to corpses, illegal possession of human flesh with the intention of utilizing the identical for cash ritual and improper or indecent interference with a useless physique.

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The offences are opposite to and punishable underneath part 516, 430 and 242(1) of the Prison Code Cap 34 vol.11 Legal guidelines of Osun State of Nigeria, 2002.

They, nonetheless, pleaded not responsible to the three rely fees levelled in opposition to them.

The prosecutor, ASP Idoko John informed the court docket that the defendant dedicated the offence on September 20, 2020, at about 10:30 am at Dagbolu Oba Street, Osogbo.

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Their defence counsel, Toafeek Ibukun and Tunbosun Oladipupo apply for the bail of the defendants in essentially the most liberal time period stating that their shopper will stand their trials.

In his ruling, Justice of the Peace Francis Omisade ordered the accused individuals to be remanded.

He hereby adjourned the case until September 30 for ruling on bail.

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