The suspected serial killer said before his escape while in custody, Yinusa blamed him for his confession to newsmen about what transpired between them.
The suspect narrated that the herbalist told him if he had kept quiet, both of them would have been freed by the court.
Shodipe said while in custody, Adedokun’s wives visited them occasionally with kolanuts and gin. He said he used to utter incantations on these items before taking them, but denied knowing what the items were meant for.
In the interview, Shodipe, said afterwards he began pleading with the police officer to allow him and his cellmates go and have their bath which he was denied. but he said the herbalist predicted that after some days he was going to agree which he did.
Shodipe said when the policeman allowed them to go for a bath, they were allowed to leave in twos as they were eight in his cell. “When it was my turn, Baba told me not to forget what he had told me.”
“After I escaped from Mokola Police cell in Ibadan, I went to do what Baba Adedokun told me to do to save myself from dying,” he said.
“I went to Moniya where I used to live and used an object to hit a woman. Blood gushed out and I recited what baba said I should always recite mentioning his name. I disappeared as usual but don’t know if the woman died.”
Shodipe said he does not possess any charm and does not know what the herbalist was using him for.
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