Do You Accept Car Lifts from Strangers? Read Unilorin Student’s Chilling Experience 

Last month, a Unilorin Post Graduate student, Omoniyi Olumide was declared missing by his family members. According to them, Olumide left home, his residence at GRA Illorin on Friday, the 27th of October, between 3 and 6 p.m.

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Luckily for him, he was released from the kidnappers’ den on Sunday. Narrating his ordeal in the hands of the ritualists, Omoniyi allegedly said he was forced to drink blood from an unknown source before setting him free.

The sub-dean student’s affairs of the institution, Dr Alex Akanmu, who shared the victim’s experience warned students against accepting or begging for a lift from strangers in order not to fall prey of suspected ritualists on the prowl.

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Dr Akanmu, who said that the incident occurred two weeks ago, added that the victim was offered a lift by unknown person who disguised as a good Samaritan after a commercial motorcycle he boarded dropped him off without taking him to his destination, “unknown to the victim that it was a plot against him.”

He also said that the victim on entering the vehicle said that he noticed that two other occupants in the car were unconscious and also suffered the same fate as he suddenly found himself in a ritualist den in Offa town in Kwara State.

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‘‘From the Offa branch, they transferred him to another branch of the ritualists in Ogbomoso, they said they had enough boys’’, he said.

Furthermore, he said the victims were rejected in Ogbomoso branch on the account that they needed girls and was asked to be set free since he did not suit the purpose for which he was kidnapped.

‘‘But that is not the end of the story, they had his nail cut, asked him to drink his own urine and blood from unknown sources.”

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Dr Akanmu said the victim had been reunited with his family after the school management received a distress text message he sent and picked him from where he was dumped around 6 pm on Sunday.

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