The body of a young lady has been found on a school premises with some vital organs missing and her hair shaved off at Umusume community in Obiaruku, Ukwuani Local Government Area of Delta State.
Some suspected ritualists murdered and dumped the lady inside Esume-uku Primary School in Obiaruku. The body was discovered and evacuated by police officers from the Obiaruku division.
Hafiz Mohammed, the Commissioner of Police, confirmed the development, adding that the police had been combing the area since Sunday to apprehend the hoodlums.
Anwuli was murdered on her way to church, according to one of the deceased’s relatives, and dumped in a nearby primary school in Obiaruku. Because of the state in which the body was discovered, the community was forced to call the police before evacuating it.
A suspected online scammer, also known as Yahoo Yahoo, told newsmen recently during his parade by the Delta State police command that a few of them practice Yahoo Plus rituals. He claimed that it took them about three hours on average to extract the organs from each victim
“We drive by in a lazy fashion,” Macaulay Desmond Oghenemaro said, describing how they kidnapped their victims and mutilated their bodies. Good spotters include myself, Emese Emudiaga Kelvin, and Onoriode Enaike. We recognize a victim when we see one. The signs are usually obvious: a response to a cat-call, eye contact, a smile, a wave of the hand, a thumbs up, or simply the sight of our expensive car is enough to entice a vulnerable, or even willing, participant.
“Our day job as ‘Yahoo boys’ (online con artists) has taken a new turn. We are now known as Yahoo Plus Plus, a code name for ‘ritualists’ who use rituals to ensure success in internet scams.”