I'm sure you have heard about people who sell human parts, but did you know they specialise too?

Well, Oluwaseun Odueh, aka Cleff; and Wasiu Adejumo, aka Bomber, both members of the Eiye Confraternity, were arrested for selling only human hands.

The suspects, who were also accused of being robbers, were arrested along with 3 herbalists, including a traditional ruler, who allegedly bought the hands off the accused.

The herbalists, Ifatona Akanni, aka Ajana Oro; Isiaka Ajani and Oko Musa, said they had bought 7 hands from the cult members, adding that each was bought for 5,000 Naira.

Those killed by the men were identified as one Tunde, who was beheaded at the Cherubim and Seraphim Church Railway Line, Ogba Ayo, Ijoko, in 2016, with his two hands cut off.

Also killed were one Lateef, Kehinde and Yinka, in the Ijoko area between 2016 and January 2017. The hands of the men were cut off.

The police said on May 28, 2017, t3 men were also killed at Candozo Hotel, Fadahunsi, Ijoko, around 8:00p.m., while in June 2017, 2 people were killed at Ogba Ayo Junction and Agoro Junction, Ijoko, with their hands missing.

One of the suspected cult members, Odueh, said all the victims were members of the Aiye Confraternity, a rival cult, adding that they were killed during reprisals.

He said their hands were sold to herbalists to raise funds for the activities of his gang.

The police recovered 3 locally-made cut-to-size guns, 7 live cartridges, and human parts processed into concoctions and powder for fetish use from the suspects.

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