Police in Anambra State have arrested two girls in Onitsha, who allegedly specialise in abducting kids and pounding them in mortars to make charms for politicians. The suspects are one Miss Rejoice Raymond, 39 and Mrs Chidi Nwafor, 80.
A viral video circulating within the state confirmed an enormous outcry by members of the general public, when males of the Anambra State police command raided the residence of the ladies.
The video additionally confirmed policemen, rescuing three kids who had been locked up in several rooms within the flat, apparently preserving them for rituals.
Based on a lady within the video, the culprits who had been arrested alongside Awka highway, Onitsha had been taken to the house at 3-3 property, the place the youngsters had been found.
Police spokesperson in Anambra, CSP Haruna Mohammed who confirmed the arrest stated the ladies arrested had been two. He gave their names as;
Mrs Chidi Felicia Nwafor, 80 years outdated and Rejoice Raymond, 39 years outdated.
Sources informed DAILY POST that the ladies function a ministry alongside Awka highway, Onitsha, and use kids to make charms for businessmen and politicians.
Haruna stated police can be charging her for youngster abuse, deprivation of liberty and assault on the three kids.
Haruna stated, “On February 19, at about 5:50 pm, following an intelligence report, police operatives hooked up to 3-3 Police Station Nkwelle Ezunaka arrested two suspects and rescued three minors.
“Scene was visited by the DPO 3-3, CSP Abdu Bawa, the place a gory sight of badly battered victims, one with a damaged arm had been discovered within the pool of their blood and whose mother and father had been neither seen nor recognized.
“In the meantime, the youngsters had been rescued and rushed to the hospital for medical consideration,” he said.
He additionally famous that preliminary investigation resulted within the restoration of some fetish substances, blood-stained canes, concoctions and different incriminating objects from the rooms.
He stated the Commissioner of Police, CP Monday Bala Kuryas, has ordered a discreet investigation into the circumstances surrounding the case, after which suspects can be dropped at justice