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Calamity as alleged ritualist smashes 7-year-old old girl to death

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A suspected ritualist killed a seven-year-old girl yesterday in Ota, Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area, Ogun State.

According to reliable sources, the incident took place on Kilani Street in the Iyana Iyesi neighborhood of Ota at about 7 am.

The deceased was killed while on a mission from her mother’s neighbor to fetch something from the residence.

According to reports, the suspected ritualist attacked the girl and used a pestle to smash her head when she entered the house. He had been hiding somewhere in the structure.

The girl’s cry for help attracted the neighbor’s attention, but she was dead before anybody could arrive at the scene.

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A resident of the area, who simply identified herself as Abefe, told one of the correspondents present at the scene that neighbors searched for the suspect, but he was nowhere to be found.

The source added that police had visited the area to assess the scene of the incident.

The police have taken away the body of the little one. I know the girl very well, we used to call her ‘Mama’. The suspect killed her in cold blood. At first, we thought it was a thief, but further findings revealed that the guy is a ritualist,” she revealed.

Information gathered by a correspondent asserted that the unknown ritualist had been hibernating in an empty building in the area.

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“When we searched further, we discovered that the man had charms and a goat hidden in an empty building close to his victim’s house. When we got there, we saw the charm and a goat. The goat attacked one of us, but it was later killed. This is a sad occurrence,” another source stated.

Abimbola Oyeyemi, the public relations officer for the Ogun State Police, expressed shock upon learning of the occurrence.

However, he promised to get more information from the relevant police division and get back to the newsmen.
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