A Magistrates’ court in Osun state sitting in Ile-Ife has remanded two persons identified as Supo Bamidele, 48 and Amos Suleiman, 51 in prison over alleged possession of human parts.
The Prosecutor, Insp. Christian Olajide, told the court that the accused were caught with a human head, two hands, human flesh, which they could not state how they got, NAN reports.
“The accused could not give satisfactory account of how they came about human head, two hands, human flesh which we suspected was to be used for rituals.
‘’The accused are facing a two-count charge of conspiracy and being in possession of human parts.’’
The Magistrate, Olalekan Ijiyode who refused the oral bail applications of the accused, ordered their counsels, Mr Lere Ayinde and Mr Niyi Kosile to file a written application for the consideration.
Ijiyode remanded the accused in Ile-Ife prisons and adjourned the case until Jan. 31 for mention.
The offence contravened 242 (1), (b) 329A, and 516 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Osun