Ibadan forest of horror: Police arrest six suspects As Governor revokes Certificates

The Oyo State Governor Abiola Ajimobi on Monday revoked the Certificate of Occupancy of those who originally owned the land in Soka forest where several decomposing bodies were found.

Thousands of curious residents had on Saturday flooded a forest in Lagos-Ibadan Expressway where dying men and women, human skulls, and decomposing bodies were found.

The crowd was left dumbfounded on siting the gory site of mass human skulls and other body parts in the expansive forest.

Ten survivors found in the forest are receiving medical attention at the State Hospital, Adeoyo, Yemetu, Ibadan.

In a seperate report, one of the victims that were rescued by the police at ‘evil forest’, Ibadan, Oyo State, said she was kidnapped in September 2013.

The woman, who was still weak from her experience, said she knew she left her home in September and since then could not remember anything until Saturday when she was rescued.

She said, “I remember that I left my home in Okebola and was going to Challenge. I entered a taxi and that is the only thing I can remember until police rescued us yesterday (Saturday).

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