Lady jumps from 2-storey building to escape Ritualist

Lady jumps from 2-storey building to escape Ritualist

Above is the picture of the suspects who wanted to use the woman for ritual

A Nigerian woman narrated how she escaped from Yaboo boys who planned to use her for ritual - The woman claimed she jumped from a 2-storey building and scaled over a fence to escape - It was gathered that the woman is a call girl who met the Yahoo boys at a club in Ibadan, Oyo state.

A Nigerian woman who works as a call girl in Ibadan, Oyo state, has narrated how she escaped being used for ritual. The young lady explained that she had gone home with men she suspected to be Yahoo boys. The woman, whose identity was kept hidden due to security reasons, had reported the incident to security operatives in Ibadan, after she escaped. According to The Nation, the lady revealed that the incident occurred on Wednesday, April 3.

It was stated that she narrated her ordeal while she was in the custody of security operatives. She revealed that she had met the men after she joined some of her friends at a club. The lady left the club with the men without realising their intentions. The woman further explained that she realised something was wrong when she saw them with a calabash. She noted that she quickly jumped out of the two-storey building and scaled the fence. She said: “We met at the club last night and we all went back to their apartment to sleep over.

At some point I noticed some funny movement and saw them with a calabash. That was when I knew they were ritualists with the intention to use me for rituals. So I jumped off the two-storey building, and off the fence. I then reported the case to the ‘Operation Burst." Her story was shared when security operatives handed over the two suspected internet fraudsters to operative of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission in Ibadan zonal office.

The suspects, Sanusi Azeez Toba and Osho Olalekun Micheal, were picked up at Kolapo Ishola in Akobo area of Ibadan, after the lady escaped. Investigations showed that the suspects had other incriminating evidence such as documents on their laptops and phones.

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