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Reasons Given By Man Caught In Ogun Bathing In Public With Blood

The Ogun State Police Command has detained a 49-year-old man named Ganiyu Shina for reportedly bathing in blood at a gaggle river in Kotopo, inside the state’s Odeda Local Government Area.

According to experiences, the one that was arrested went to the river, purchased out, and began having a shower when locals caught him and intervened.

As the members of the group drew near, Shina circled, nevertheless he was shortly pursued and caught.

The police responded to a reputation from the locals and arrived to arrest the suspect. The man’s detention was confirmed by SP Abimbola Oyeyemi, the public relations officer for the Ogun State Police.

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The man claimed {{that a}} herbalist gave him instructions to do the method in an effort to resolve some spiritual factors he was having, the Police PRO acknowledged.

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The suspect went on to say that the blood he was observed soaking in was really cow blood fairly than human. According to Oyeyemi, “As rapidly as he observed that some people had been watching him, he took off working nevertheless was pursued and caught by group members.

“A reputation was made to the police on the Aregbe divisional headquarters by a member of the group, and the DPO, SP Bunmi Asogbon, shortly led a patrol workers to the scene, from the place the suspect was dropped on the station.

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“On interrogation, the suspect claimed to have a non secular draw back, and {{that a}} herbalist instructed him to hold out the ritual.

“He claimed further that the blood in his possession was not human blood, but that of cow.” The Police added that the remaining blood may be taken to the laboratory primarily based totally on the directive of the state Commissioner of Police, Lanre Bankole to ascertain if it was cow blood or not.

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