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Unemployed Graduate’s Ghost Hunts Killer

Posted: Sep 16, 2015 at 12:45 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

By Yaqoub Popoola


The ghost of a deceased unemployed graduate, Suraju Muyiwa Fadaunsi is allegedly one Tope Adogun Omotayo, suspected to have killed him.

Ms. Bimbo Yusuf, mother of the Late Fadausi, 34, had said that he died in a controversial circumstance after he received a strange call. She had told newsmen at her residence in Novo area of Ado Ekiti, Ekiti State capital that the suspect, who is said to be known for “his evil deeds” confessed to killing her son during his funeral rites.

The Police Public Relation Officer (PPRO) Alberto Adeyemi said the suspect was rescued after a mob tried to lynch him. He said the protesters had alleged that the suspect killed four people in the community using magical powers.

But the mother of deceased said that the suspect, had gone to the deceased’s grave to collect sands on it when suddenly he began to cry that the deceased’s ghost was haunting him.

She said; “my son had reportedly died a few minutes after answering a phone call on a site he was inspecting in Ibadan. He was to be buried  almost immediately according to Islamic rites, but just before he was laid to rest, some aggrieved friends of his asked the Muslims clerics to wait and allow them perform some rituals that would make Muyiwa’s ghost haunt his killer. And they eventually did so.

“After the burial, a man came to take the sand of his burial place and it was there he was crying that the ghost was slapping him. He became restless and rushed to his family house and asked them to open door for him. The man’s name is Tope Adigun Omotayo. He had gone to collect the sand on the grave at about   9pm and it was said that at that point, the ghost began to haunt him.

“He thereafter confessed that he was responsible for my son’s sudden death, he had used a diabolical means to call him to death on phone. The suspect said that he decided to kill my boy that way because he had hindered him from marrying a lady who was already pregnant with his (suspect’s) child.”

Yusuf, said that her late son who was a graduate Mechanical Engineering from the Ekiti State University and was a very responsible but unemployed man.

“I want justice for my son. The man who had confessed and been arrested must be made to face the law. My poor boy had been searching for job for five years now. His wife just gave birth.”