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49-Yr-Old Man Arrested While Bathing With Blood In Ogun

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A 49-years-old man, Ganiyu Shina of No. 4, Oguji Street, Obantoko, Abeokuta was earlier today (Thursday, 15th of December 2022) arrested by men of Ogun State Police Command while bathing with blood at a community river in the kotopo area of Odeda Local Government Area.

The suspect was arrested when members of the community sighted him at the river bank where he parked his Nissan commercial vehicle, came out with a local sponge and a container filled with blood and started bathing with it.

Immediately he discovered that some people were watching him, he took to his heels but was chased and apprehended by members of the community.

A call was made to the police at Aregbe Divisional Headquarters by a member of the community, and the DPO, SP Bunmi Asogbon quickly led the patrol team to the scene, from where the suspect was brought to the station.

According to SP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Police Public Relations Officer in Ogun State, on interrogation, the suspect claimed to have a spiritual problem, and that a herbalist instructed him to perform the ritual. He claimed further that the blood in his possession is not human, but that of cattle.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, CP Lanre Bankole, has directed that the remaining blood should be taken for laboratory analysis, to ascertain whether it is human blood or not.

The CP also praised members of the community for not taking laws into their hands. He therefore assured them that the suspect will be properly investigated.

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