A court docket in Osun State on Tuesday sentenced a 37-year-old man, Ogunyemi Oluleke, to dying by hanging for homicide.
Oluleke was charged with homicide and conspiracy.
Prosecutors mentioned that Oluleke beheaded one Moshood Babalola with a machete in the Iredunmi space of Ile-Ife.
The prosecution known as 5 witnesses and tendered a number of displays to show their case.
One of the witnesses, Inspector Rasheedat Olanrewaju, instructed the court docket that she was amongst three policemen who went to the convict’s home for a search, including that they noticed a decomposed physique in the convict’s home.
She additionally mentioned Oluleke confessed to killing “Moshood Babalola for rituals.”
Justice Adedotun Onibokun discovered the Oluleke responsible and sentenced him to dying by hanging.