Alfa Kayode wowed Lagos with body part found in his sack

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A Alfa, famously called Alfa Kayode Abdulfatai, yesterday, captured  with a vagina, a heart, laps and kidney in Moshood Gbadabiu region of Alakuko, Lagos. 


The human parts were kept inside a yellow plastic holder in the presume's one-room independent condo on Okeidumola Street. Asked where he got the human parts, Abdulfatai stated: "One Ifa cleric, Sadiq, brought them. 

I was just requested to keep them. I didn't execute anybody. "Sadiq sent a man to get the parts. I don't know where the individual who brought them lives. So the Ifa cleric is in a superior position to state. 

"The human parts are implied for cash ceremonies. I have been an Alfa for a long time, yet have never arranged any cash custom creation with human parts previously; this is my first time." His accessory was not home when the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal, went by. 

Nonetheless, Edgal coordinated the Divisional Police Officer accountable for Alakuko, Ajayi Abayomi, a Chief Superintendent, to put casually dressed officers near the minister's flat on Amje Igbeleyi Street, Alakuko. 

The visit of policemen drove by the Command's supervisor pulled in a huge jam before the presume's home, with the majority of them communicating stun at the revelation. 

One of the occupants, Jamiu Gbadamosi, who talked with Emmolyineblog, revealed that the speculate simply stuffed into the earth around two weeks back. Gbadamosi stated

"We didn't know he is an alfa. He purchased the condo. He doesn't talk with anybody. I just observed him a week ago with the Ifa cleric, who is prominently known around this zone. "We closed they were companions as a result of the comparative employment they do. 

We are shocked to hear that human parts were found in his condo. "We ask the Police to do watchful examination to know whose body parts those are." 

At squeeze time, data achieved Emmolyineblog that the Ifa minister had been captured by the regular clothes policemen situated at his living arrangement.

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