Ibrahim Abubakar, 35, a fulani man and native of Ilorin living in Omu-Aran, the headquarter of Irepodun local government area of the state has been apprehended by Kwara State Nigeria Security and Civil Defence, NSCD, for being in possession of human head suspected to be of one missing motorcyclist, John Olalekan whose lifeless body was found in the town.
The Graphics gathered that, Olalekan, a native of Otun-Ekiti, Ekiti State usually came to Omu-Aran, to engage in commercial motorcycle which he use to feed himself before he was declared missing on the March 26, 2012.
It was further learnt that on March 28, his lifeless body was found at the back of Government Secondary School (GSS) Omu-Aran without his head and right hands while part of his body was full of severed injuries as result of different cutlass cut from his prey.
While confirming the incident, the State Acting Commandant of the Defence, Mr. Al-Hassan Audu Akor said the suspect was arrested with the voluntary information from the general public who suspected him with polythene bag allegedly contain something with human blood.
The Commandant disclosed that the suspected house was raided after his men had secured search warrant and they were surprised that they discovered human flesh and dangerous weapons at the man’s house.
While interrogated, the Commandant said the suspect denied being in possession of human being flesh but “ monkey part of body and was kept with him by a friend”
Not satisfied, the NSCD later took the suspected human flesh found at the suspect house to Omu-Aran General Hospital where it was officially confirmed to be human being flesh and not that of ‘Monkey’ as claimed by the suspect.
The Command in an interview with our correspondent in his Office confirmed that the suspect had confessed to the crime but pleaded that it was his first time of involving in such act.
He added that the suspect had been handed over to the Kwara State Police Command for further prosecution along two dane guns, one fried human head and hands, with big calabash containing local soap and concoction his men discovered from him after three weeks investigation while the corpse of the decease had been deposited at the mortuary of University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, UITH.