A Nigerian man by name Emmanuel Oluwafemi Kayode have narrated how he was able to escape local ritualists' den where he saw multiple human parts. He was kidnapped alongside other two passengers who were later killed by ritualists.
The Nigerian man said on 8th Decnember, 2020, he entered a taxi in Ibadan only for him to find himself inside a huge forest in Ogun state where the ritualists started arguing whether to kill him or not.
When narrating this shocking story on Twitter, Emmanuel Oluwafemisaid that when he woke up in the thick forest, he saw multiple human remains severed by the witch doctors. He pleaded with them not kill him.
He said the baba (witch doctor) who seemed to be in charge argued with his kidnappers whether he too should be sacrificed or to be set free. They later agreed to return him where they had kidnapped him, but they had to finalize some arrangements.
When the ritualists continued to argue about what to do with him next, Emmanuel tiptoed and found his way out of the forest. He said he was helped to the park in Ogun state by a good Samaritan who also paid his fare to Oyo state.
See his full tweet below:
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