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Thursday, 27 March 2014

Pictures Of Ibadan House Of Horror AsPolice Move In To Stop Demolition.

Expectations of hundreds of people whose relatives are still missing were dashed, yesterday, in Ibadan when the demolition of the kidnappers’ den at Soka in Ibadan, where hundreds of people have been killed by suspected ritualists, was stopped midway by men of the Oyo State Police Command.
The people who came from different parts of the country claimed that some victims were still trapped in a dungeon which is yet to be located.
This came as 42 SIM cards of various networks were found on a man that pretended to be a madman.
The arrest of the man followed the jungle justice meted out on him by angry youths after the discovery of the den last Saturday. The youths mobbed the man and another one in separate parts of the city.
Vanguard gathered that the incidents took place at Oke-Ado area of Ibadan, where a man feigning madness was caught and set ablaze (Read Here)

 On the demolition of the kidnappers’ den, the main building used by the kidnappers as torture chamber, was about being pulled down when policemen said “an order from above” had put the demolition on hold.
Immediately, scores of policemen who had been deployed to the place left in droves leaving a few of them behind. While people were waiting for the next line of action, some members of Oodua Peoples Congress, OPC, stormed the den with red piece of cloth tied round their heads. After making incantations, they claimed some people were still somewhere at the den. Later, another message came that everybody should leave the area for security men to do their job.

 Governor Ajimobi, through the Special Adviser on Media, Dr. Festus Adedayo said that the demolition was stopped to allow the team of forensic experts from the police headquarters in Abuja carry out their investigations. The governor also directed environmental health officers to fumigate the forest and the entire area to prevent outbreak of epidemics

Lets hope this issue doesnt die or get coverd up. Vanguard News. Picture Source - Sahara Reporters.

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