At Umusume community in Obiaruku, Ukwuani Local Government Area of Delta State, the body of a young lady was discovered on a school premises with her important organs removed and her hair shaved off.
The lady was slain and dumped inside Obiaruku’s Esume-uku Primary School by alleged ritualists. Police personnel from the Obiaruku division discovered the body and evacuated it.
The Commissioner of Officers, Hafiz Mohammed, verified the news, saying that police had been searching the region since Sunday in an attempt to catch the hoodlums.
According to one of the deceased’s relatives, Anwuli was slain on her way to church and dumped in a neighboring Obiaruku elementary school. The community was forced to notify the police before evacuating the body due to the state in which it was discovered.
During his recent parade by the Delta State police command, a suspected internet scammer, popularly known as Yahoo Yahoo, told reporters that a handful of them follow Yahoo Plus rites. He alleged that extracting the organs from each victim takes roughly three hours on average.
Macaulay Desmond Oghenemaro described how they kidnapped their victims and disfigured their bodies by saying, “We drive past in a leisurely method.” Myself, Emese Emudiaga Kelvin, and Onoriode Enaike are all good spotters. When we see a victim, we know who it is. A reaction to a cat-call, eye contact, a grin, a wave of the hand, a thumbs up, or even the sight of our costly car is generally enough to tempt a vulnerable, or even eager, participant.
“Our day job as ‘Yahoo lads’ (online con artists) has changed. We’ve been dubbed Yahoo Plus Plus, a code word for ‘ritualists’ who utilize rituals to ensure success in online scams.”