‘I Picked Human Hair For Charm To Heal My Ailing Son’

A 48 year -old woman, Mrs Funmilayo alleged of picking human hair from a Barber’s shop yesterday confessed that a herbalist Mr Micheal Omolayo asked her to get some hair for concoction to treat her sick son.

The woman, Funmilayo Kayode confessed that her herbalist, Michael Omolayo, 72, told her to collect the hair as part of the materials needed for a concoction for the treatment of her son who was afflicted with a sickness.

Mr Micheal Omolayo, 72-year-old and Mrs Funmilayo Kayode, 48-year-old are now undergoing interrogation by men of the Ondo State Police command.

The Hope Metro gathered that both suspects narrowly escaped being lynched by residents of Oke-Emesho in Akure, after being caught packing human hair from a barbing salon in the area for ritual purpose.

Kayode said “my son has been sick for over eight years. I have been going from one native doctor to another.

“Until I was introduced to this herbalist in Akure.

He asked me to get human hair in making charms for my son.

“I had to go to the barbing salon to get the volume of hair required for the concoction.

“As I was gathering the hair, people around became suspicious and attacked ,” she said.

After she was arrested, it was gathered that some of the people thereafter went to search the herbalist’s house.

According to report, some fetish objects were found in his house which prompted the head of the community, Chief James Abiodun to order his arrest. He was taken to the Deji’s palace along with the fetish materials.

The Hope Metro learnt that the woman who had handed over the human hair to the suspected herbalist confessed at the Deji’s Palace.

Reacting, the Chief Press Secretary to the monarch, Mr Micheal Adeyeye confirmed the incident and disclosed that the Deji, Oba Aladelusi Aladetoyinbo handed them over to the police.

Mr Adeyeye also confirmed that fetish objects were recovered from the septugenarian’s house.

The Hope


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