- Sunday Sodipe, the suspected serial killer at the Akinyele axis of Oyo state, has been paraded by the police
- Sodipe says a herbalist identified as Adedokun Yinusa Ajani was the one sending him on such assignments
- He says whenever he located his victims, he would hit them with a shovel
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The suspected serial killer at the Akinyele axis of Oyo state has confessed on how he was able to catch on his targets.
The 19-year-old suspect identified as Sunday Sodipe disclosed that a certain herbalist who he worked for, Adedokun Yinusa Ajani (50 years), was the one sending him on such assignments, Vanguard reports.
Legit.ng notes that the suspect made the confession when he was being paraded alongside other suspected criminals at the police headquarters, Eleyele, Ibadan on Friday, July 17.
According to Sodipe, anytime he was going for an operation, the herbalist would tell him to kneel down in front of him and he (Ajani) would make some incantations and then put something on his tongue three times.
He said whenever he located his victims, he would hit them with a shovel and when they are dead, he would make some incantations and move around the body three times and then back it for about five minutes with his eyes closed, after which he would leave the scene.
The teenager confessed to have carried out five of such operations, adding that anytime he returned to the herbalist, the latter would have bought food for him and would give him N500.
While speaking with journalist, the herbalist denied the allegations.
In other news, a 300 level student of Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH), Ogbomoso, Oyo state, Seyi Ojelabi, has developed a technology to aid and make life easier for people with visual impairment.
Ojelabi, popularly known as Shyne, is a student of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering.
In an interaction with him, Shyne said the technology named "See-Tok" was developed to give aid and make life better for visually impaired individuals.
Ojelabi said the technology is also able to detect obstacles on their ways and give feedback in form of sounds for easy navigation.
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