Ganiyu Wasiu, 35, and his 21-year-old daughter, Muizzat Wasiu, have been detained for possessing fresh human parts by members of the Osun Western Nigerian Security Network codenamed Amotekun.
The two were apprehended while transporting mutilated body parts in a Ghana-Must-Go bag in the Oke-Fia section of Igege Town, Olaoluwa Local Government Area. Ganiyu, who was nearly lynched by a mob, alleged that her daughter’s husband set him up.
The Field Commandant of Amotekun, Comrade Amitolu Shittu, confirmed the arrest to reporters.
“In connection with the new human parts, seven more individuals were apprehended in Iwo town. The identification of the body has yet to be determined. Lawal Ibraheem (25), Adiatu Rufus (19), Fatola Niyi (45), Eniola Akeem (42), Chief Amusan (64), Alaba Oyeniran (31) and Oyekola Ibraheem (20) have all been detained.”
All of the suspects have been turned over to the Department of State Service (DSS) for additional investigation, according to Amitolu.