Asimiyu Ayantayo claims Sekinat Emiola died as a result of a charm that was placed on her by another loverArticle | April 23, 2012 – 6:05pm | By Yinka Ojo

The Oyo State Police Command, on Monday, paraded two suspects who allegedly killed a 42-year old woman, Sekinat Emiola.

According to the police, one of the suspects, Asimiyu Ayantayo, who was the lover of the deceased, allegedly beheaded her and cut off her two hands after making love with her.

However, Ayantayo claimed that Emiola died as a result of a charm that was placed on her by another lover; adding that he mutilated her corpse in order to make it impossible for residents of the area to identify her body.

“She was my mistress,” he said. “I contacted ‘magun’ (charm) on her during love-making. She wanted to somersault but I helped her. Then she started vomiting after the act and fell down from the chair and died. It was then I beheaded her and cut off her two hands. I don’t need the body parts for anything and I did nothing with them.”

The second suspect, Isiaka Akanbi, denied culpability in the alleged murder, saying his friend only sent him to buy a sack for him but did not know the purpose for which he needed it.

The Oyo State Police Commissioner, Tambari Mohammed, said residents of the area alerted the police about a headless body dumped in the area. He said the suspects would be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.

Yinka Ojo

Yinka has taught at various levels of education. He has published a textbook on effective teaching practice and several academic papers in reputable journals. He is currently an education consultant. He loves writing, poetry, music and is presently working on a musical album billed to be released into the market soon. 

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