Monday, May 13, 2019


The herbalist son  exposed his father for killing a pastor who came to him for help and boost his church members. 

This herbalist has been arrested and sentenced 3 years in prison for being a leader of dare-devil six-man gang who deal with human parts in Oba-Ile, Osun State.

The herbalist whose name is Sina Adeoye and his gang Fatai Tirimisiyu and Baba Alawonle confessed of killing the pastor and shared his parts among themselves, after much interrogations. 

It was gathered that late pastor Emmanuel Ogedengbe of Cherubim and Seraphim church of Agugu area of Ibadan, Oyo State was killed by a herbalist who he came to boost his church members.

One of his friends who accompanied him to the place, said he was surprised when the pastor told him to take him to Adeoye to help boost his church members because it had dropped seriously. 

The man who narrated the incident asked him why in herbalist house, he told him that the both have been friends for 8 years now.

When they got there,  after some time, he was asked to wait and they left with the pastor, after a long time, he started dialling his number and no response. 

He now had a double mind which made him to ran to his car and escaped. They chased him to Osogbo-Ikirun express way before they went back. He now ran to nearest police station and reported.

They were arrested and later the herbalist son, Sadiq came to police station with a bucket filled with what they suspected to be the remaining parts of deceased body and said that his father asked him to keep it and  he shouldn't open it. If he opens it, it will accompanied with blindness that is why he decided to bring it to his father now he is in detention to open it by himself. 

The man that accompanied the deceased said;
“It was when we got to Oba-Ile that I realized we have come to an herbalist house and I immediately asked him what we were doing there.

He told me that these suspects were his friends and that they have been friends for like 8 years. Few minutes later, I was told to wait and they all left with Pastor and it was when I started calling his number without any response that I started having a second thought. 

I later escaped in my car. They chased me to Osogbo-Ikirun expressway before they got back and I rushed to the nearest police station.”

The victim's son said; “My father told me to keep this bucket and warned me not to open it, lest I go blind. But since I heard that he has been arrested, I see the need to bring the bucket to the police so that he can open it.”

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