Native Doctor Confesses on Shocking Murder of OAU Student
In a chilling revelation that sent shockwaves through the community, Akeem, a native doctor residing in Abeokuta, has confessed to the heinous murder of Quadri, a student of Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU).
Akeem, originally from Osun State, disclosed the gruesome details of how he ended Quadri’s life, exposing a dark world of occult practices and sinister dealings.
Akeem, a married father of three, shared his journey into the realm of traditional spirituality, transitioning from selling phones and accessories to becoming a native doctor.
He learned the ancient art of divination from his paternal grandmother, determined to preserve the family lineage’s mystical knowledge.
However, his descent into darkness took a malevolent turn when he became entangled with Quadri, an OAU student seeking supernatural assistance to enhance his fraudulent activities.
Quadri, apprenticing as a barber, innocently sought Akeem’s help for a ‘fortune soap,’ unknowingly setting in motion a series of events that would lead to his tragic demise.
Akeem, in a heartless act, lured Quadri into a ritual bath in his backyard, only to brutally strike him with a machete, severing his head and dismembering his body parts.
The twisted tale took an even darker turn when Ifaniyi, another character in this macabre drama, contacted Akeem for a human head.
Ifaniyi, unaware of the grisly truth, paid N130,000 for Quadri’s severed head and palm.
The police later discovered the decomposing remains of Quadri in a shallow grave at Akeem’s residence.
The mystery surrounding Quadri’s disappearance began to unravel after his father reported him missing on November 14.
Through meticulous technical investigation and intelligence gathering, the police led by Commissioner Abiodun Alamutu exposed the gruesome reality hidden within Akeem’s abode.