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INSIDE LIFE: Witch confesses killing own child, four others after she crash lands in Osun (WATCH FULL STORY)

A witch identified as Fausat from Offa in Kwara State was reportedly crash landed in Ikirun on her evil mission to meet her colleagues to destroy lives innocent souls.


After she took off from Iragbiji at about 1.00am as a bird, she could no longer fly when she got to Ikirun, it crash-landed to become her original self where she was caught by the residents and taken to the Palace of the monarch.

According to her confession, she hailed from Offa in Kwara State where she had her first husband but got married again after her first marriage collapsed where she had three children.


She got married to an indigene of Iragbiji at ‘Ile-Ojomo family,

“I have eight children, I killed one remaining seven, I killed four children of my rival (wife of my husband). My Compound was left with three who are members of my group. One was Silifat who had five children, out of which four were killed remaining one.”

“The other member of our group is ‘Iya Ado’ who is living at the opposite of our house at ‘Ile Ojomo’.”

“The name of my husband is Aliu Afolabi whom we tied down with diabetes.”

She said for her husband to be free, sacrifices have to be done for him to regain his freedom from the bondage they put him.




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Written by Adesoji OMOSEBI

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