Nigerian Man Beheads 3 Year Old Niece for Blood Money Ritual (Graphic Photo) — Breaking news trending now in Nigeria, is the shocking incident of a man who beheaded his 3 year old niece for blood money ritual in Ondo State; have gathered. More details below, including a graphic photo of the incident (viewers discretion advised).

DailyPost Nigeria is reporting that a 42 year-old man, Mr. Samuel Omosaba, was on Tuesday evening arrested by the Nigerian Police Force for allegedly beheading his three year-old niece, Adubarin Kola at Ilepa quarters in Ikare-Akoko, Akoko North East local government area of Ondo State.

The Suspect, who is said to be jobless and still single was said to have contacted a herbalist in Ipe-Akoko for blood money.

It was gathered that the herbalist told him that the only way to make him rich was for him to look for a head of a baby.

Meanwhile, the deceased (Adubarin) was always put in custody of her grandmother at Ilepa quarters in Ikare anytime her mother, Bunmi, who is a trader was going to the market to sell her goods.

On the day the little girl met her untimely death, Bunmi was said to have taken Adubarin to her mother in-law but only met her husband elder brother at home and he promised to take care of the child until her grandmother returns home.

On her return from the market, Bunmi met her daughter’s lifeless body in Samuel’s room. The graphic photo of the beheaded victim, which was snapped from the suspect’s room window, is no longer available.

The suspect was said to have confessed to the family members that he killed the girl for ritual purposes.

He was nearly lynched by aggrieved youths in the community before the police came to his rescued.

The State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr. Femi Joseph, who confirmed the incident said the matter had been transferred to the State Criminal Investigative Department (CID) Akure for further investigation.

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