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36-year-old Man Declared Missing In Kogi After Visit To Alfa For Divination

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A 36-year-old bricklayer identified as Samond Akeju Ogunrinde, has been reported missing after he paid a visit to an alfa (Islamic cleric) for divination in Kogi State.

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It was that Ogunrinde, a father of two, hails from Iwoye-Ketu in Ogun State, but lives in Ekiti State with his wife and children.

According to report, he visited the alfa identified as Olaitan Apelu, for divination at Iyara in Ijumu LGA of Kogi State on March 25.

His elder brother, Muideen Ogunrinde, told Daily Trust in Abeokuta that he had informed the family of his arrival at the alfa’s residence on March 25 with the assurance of returning to his base the same day.

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He said the family members were shocked when the bricklayer could not be reached on phone for hours, which rolled into days and weeks.

“When we contacted alfa to ask about our brother’s whereabouts, we were surprised to hear him say that our brother did not come to his house. The matter was immediately reported to the police at Iyara Divisional Headquarters,” the elder brother said.

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When the police stormed his residence to apprehend him, the alfa took to his heels, which led to the arrest of his father.

The elder brother said operatives later arrested him, and found the mobile phone of the victim in his possession, yet the suspect denied knowing of the bricklayer’s whereabouts.

The family’s lawyer, Amos Oghinan, on Sunday told newsmen that the suspect had been transferred to the state headquarters in Lokoja, saying the suspect has remained adamant.

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Oghinan expressed worry about the police’s delay in charging the suspect to court.

“Already, the alfa is overstaying his visit to the police headquarters, any human rights organisation can complain about unlawful and long detention. To avoid this, the police should charge the case to court,” he said.

The family members said they have lost patience with the police probe, saying the suspect should be made to face the wrath of the law.

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