Sofiat’s murder and our booming human body parts market


With the shock, anger and general revulsion that followed the gruesome killing of 20-year-old Sofiat Kehinde, allegedly perpetrated by her boyfriend and three of his accomplices in Oke-Aregba, Itoko-Tuntun, Idi-Ape in Abeokuta, Ogun State on January 29, 2022, an end ought to have naturally come to our naivety about the pestilence that ritual killings for money has become among us. Or oughtn’t it?

Only yesterday, in same Abeokuta, in an area called Leme, 43 year-old Kehinde Oladimeji and his wife, Adejumoke Raji, were arrested by men of the Ogun State Police Command for being in possession of fresh human breasts, hands and other parts kept in a bucket. In 1996, Owerri, the capital…

Source: Nigerian Tribune