- Court remands pastor for been in possession of human sculls
- Police investigation claims suspect is a ritualist
A pastor identified as Gabriel Josiah, who was caught in possession of human sculls has been remanded in prison by a magistrate court sitting in Ilorin, Kwara state.
Josiah, also known as Eli-wakuku, is the founder of St. Moses Orimolade Cherubim and Seraphim Church in Osere area of the state capital.
The Tribune, citing a testimony of a police prosecutor given before the court, reports that the suspect conspired with Gabriel Moyosore 'm', Yinusa Sa'ad Ayinla, Alfa Alaba Isiaka (at large) and others to have unlawfully gain entry into Muslim cemetery ground at Osere area of Ilorin since 2009 till date.
The testimony read: "You also use it for money rituals and other evil acts. You engaged in other nefarious activities within Osere area, Ilorin and its environs in the night.
"Police investigation revealed that you Gabriel Josiah actually conspired with other suspects and sold the last human skull to Gabriel Moyosore at the rate of N6,000.00 in which the said human skull was discovered in possession of Gabriel Moyosore and you confessed to the commission of the crime. You thereby committed the above offences."
Pending further hearing, Magistrate K.A Yahaya remanded the accused persons in prison.
In another development, a pastor named Victor, has reportedly fled after being caught pants down with another man’s wife in Lagos.
According to a PM News report, the pastor sneaked into a man’s house to have carnal knowledge of the wife before he was caught pants down in Ejigbo area of Lagos state.
Reportedly he had already pulled off his trousers but had to run out wearing only his underwear when the husband, identified as Vitalis Okere, barged into his home.