Tragic ! Two Women Found Dead by Roadside, Private Parts Removed in Lagos


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The disclosure of two damaged bodies by the roadside in Ikorodu, Lagos state on Atele road in Anibaba group, on Tuesday, December 15, has sent occupants of the territory into frenzy.

As indicated by Punch Metro, the ladies, whose personalities were yet to be known, had their bosoms cut off, while their reproductive organs were evacuated.

The occupants said the occurrence was the second time in two weeks that ravaged assemblages of ladies would be found in the region.

Simply a week ago, it was accounted for that six ladies were discovered dead in a waterway in the territory. The carcasses were recuperated in Ikorodu between Thursday, December 3 and Sunday, December 6, next to Bugon filling station and Water Corporation, Awolowo way, Ikorodu.

The disintegrating bodies were from that point evacuated by authorities of the Lagos State Environmental Health Monitoring Unit, and stored in a funeral home in Yaba.

DSP Joe Offor, the Lagos state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), said the relatives of the ladies were yet to show up, including that the police were researching the reason for the ladies' passing.

It was assembled that a percentage of the inhabitants reported the matter at the Ikorodu Police Division and to the Rapid Response Squad.

An occupant, who gave her name as Iyiola talking with Punch Metro, said the characteristics of the expired were not well known to any of the inhabitants.

She said: "The spot where we discovered these ladies on Tuesday is only some separation far from the channel. The bodies were dumped behind a house in the city.

"Simply a week ago, six ladies were picked from a channel around there. The bodies were found after a foul odor swarmed our territory. On Tuesday, we were stunned to discover two new cadavers. We firmly suspect that the ladies were murdered by custom executioners.

"The bodies were stripped exposed, while their bosoms and private parts had been cut off. At the point when are we going to quit seeing dead bodies?"

A few inhabitants have officially composed letters to the Inspector-General of Police, Solomon Arase, the state Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, and the National Human Rights Commission in Abuja to examine the spate of killings in the territory.

In any case, Mrs. Adeola Salako, the advertising officer, Lagos State Ministry of Heath, affirmed the episode.