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Nigerian Police Force Storms Fake Herbal Shrine In Osun State

Nigerian Police Force Storms Fake Herbal Shrine In Osun State
The Osun State Police Command Wednesday paraded two people suspected to be ritualists who specialize in duping and defrauding unsuspecting members of the public under the pretence of being herbalists.

While the year is coming to an end, two suspects have been paraded by the state commissioner of police, Mr Fimihan Adeoye at the Force headquarters, Osogbo are Yusuf Taofeek, aged 21 and Jimoh Sherif, 20 respectively. Fimihan said the suspects were arrested on 6th day of October, 2017, upon tip-off by some vigilant residents of Jamodo junction, Ifon-Osun, where their shrine was swiftly uncovered by the Nigeria police force.

He said it was revealed to Police Operatives that some cultists /ritualists with code name “ZONE II” (Two) at Jamodo junction, Ifon-Osun, headed by one Sehidu Aliu, also known as ‘Alaga’ who is presently at large, usually assemble at their den.

He said they brandish guns and cutlasses before their victims. It was disclosed that most of the victims were those who patronized them for money rituals as they claim the economy is hard and need fast cash especially for the upcoming festive period. According to the CP, “the syndicates specialise in duping and defrauding unsuspecting members of the public under the pretence of being herbalist and to make money rituals for them.”

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