Panic in Ejigbo as Ritualists kill Two Residents, LG Imposes Curfew

There was panic in Ejigbo last week as suspected ritualist killed two residents of the town in their home forcing the Ejigbo Local Government to imposed curfew on the town.

Residents of the town has been in panic on the manner in which the two residents were killed in there houses within the space of Four days.

While confirming the incidence to Affairs TV, the Osun Police Command Public Relations Officer explained that the two people were killed on Sunday and Wednesday last week in Ejigbo.

She added that one arrest has been made in connection to the incident which was reported in the town.

She explained that on Sunday 5th July, 2020, murder of a 50-year-old Musibau Muraina was reported to the police noting that the deceased was killed in his house at Oya’s Compound and that the Police observed that the intestine of the deceased was exposed and his abdomen cut open.

She stated further that another similar incident of murder was reported on Wednesday in the town, this time around of one Misratu Azeez, a 45-year-old lady killed at Oloya’s compound.

According to her, the Police operatives that visited the scene observed that the deceased was injured on the forehead.

She appealed to the residents of Ejigbo to stay calm, noting that the State Commissioner of Police, Mr Undie Adie had directed that the case be investigated thoroughly.

Opalola said, “No apprehension. The Commissioner of Police has directed full investigation into the circumstances surrounding the two incidents. We are intensifying patrol around the area. The evildoers will not escape.”

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