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The Boy Jumped The Fence And I Shot Him, Then Gave His Head To A Pastor - Man Confesses

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According to a report by Vanguard Newspapers, a man who doubles as a herbalist and a local night guard has gruesomely murdered a young boy named Kehinde in Osogbo, Osun state. The suspect has been arrested and taken to the state police command headquarters where he confessed.

The suspect Adewumi Gbadamosi confessed to killing Kehinde but he alleged that the boy was caught scaling over the fence of where he works at 2am in the night. After Kehinde Kehinde failed to answer his questions satisfactorily, he decided to shoot him and the boy died.

However, instead of the suspect reporting to the nearest police station, he chose to cut the body part of the deceased into pieces. He then did the unthinkable by distributing the body parts to his friend and a pastor.

“After shooting him, I became scared, so, I decided to sever his body and threw some of it inside Okpokpo stream in Osogbo, while I gave the head to a Pastor", he confessed.

He revealed that he threw the remaining body part into a stream to evade being arrested. However, he kept some parts in his office where he works.

The Police immediately swing into action and they invited the Pastor for questioning. The Man of God reveals that he has only met the suspect once and that was when he came to his church for spiritual help. He said meeting him at the police station will be his second time.

Meanwhile, a vehicle electrician popularly known as "rewire" has confessed to collecting dried flesh from the suspect. He said he received the flesh truly but he did it out of fear of being killed by the suspect. He furthered accused the suspect of forcing him to collect the dry flesh after he paid 1,200 Naira.

They will all be prosecuted after the completion of police investigation.