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Indians Are Now In Nigeria Harvesting Human Parts For Rituals – Oluwo Of Iwo

Oluwo of Iwo has raised an alarm on the presence of some Indian nationals in Nigeria allegedly moving around to purchase human parts.

The Oluwo of Iwo, Oba Abdulrasheed Adewale Akanbi has accused Indians of being behind the sudden increase in ritual killings across the country.

Indians Are Now In Nigeria Harvesting Human Parts For Rituals - Oluwo Of Iwo

Speaking during a public function in Abuja, the Osun monarch alleged that some Indian nationals in the country are allegedly moving around to purchase human parts.

He claimed that the foreigners are luring some Nigerian youths into the alleged crime with as much as N5 million to get human beings for their parts.

Oba Akanbi pleaded with parents to keep adequate watch on their children and young ones, noting that many youths have allegedly keyed into the heinous crime for the love of money.

“Ritual killings have become prevalent in Nigeria today and consume more innocent souls than Boko Haram and banditry even in world war one and two.

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“The Europeans are not selling their own children but the blacks are doing that in Nigeria now. Ritual killings have reached an alarming stage.

“Indians are now in Nigeria harvesting human parts. Human beings are being sold for N5M and even less and the perpetrators in Nigeria are making as much as N50,000 per day selling parts of their own fellow human beings,” the monarch alleges.

The traditional ruler pleaded with unscrupulous Nigerians allegedly engaging in the heinous crime to have a change of attitude.

KanyiDaily recalls that Oluwo of Iwo had also revealed how Nigeria can use local charms like ‘Egbe and Afeeri’ to retrieve millions from the US treasury.

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