The butchered remains of the victim were exhumed before journalists and sympathizers in the area.
The Punch correspondent observed that scores of sympathizers were wailing and raining curses on the spiritualist and his accomplice who lured the unsuspecting victim and grounded her body parts into powder for money rituals.
Bosede, who hailed from Ilorin in Kwara State was lured to Igboora to get solutions to her economic and marital problems by an Ibarapaland-based spiritualist.
She met her untimely death when on arrival, she was strangled to death by a ‘prophet’ one Dotun Ogunlade popularly called ‘Arole Jesu’ in Igboora.
The commissioner of police in the state, Shina Olukolu who led his team to the location where the victim was buried, said the head and arms of the victim were cut-off before he (Ogunlade) buried her.
Explaining how the victim was killed, the police boss said on arrival of the woman in Igboora, the fake prophet told her to rest having travelled far.
The police said she was subsequently offered sleeping tablets.
Olukolu said she was allegedly injected with an overdose sleeping pills. Thereafter, she was strangled to death.
He further said that her head and arm were thereafter taken for rituals while the remains were buried in a shallow grave, at Ogboja area of the town.
Olukolu added that based on credible information and diligent investigation, the police in Igboora were able to smash and arrest the syndicate.
“Further investigation revealed that parts of her body were allegedly grounded into powder for rituals.
“Items recovered from the assailants were two knives used to kill and cut her body parts. A white cloth bag containing substance inside a gourd where the alleged grounded body parts were kept and a bottle of stallion gin were also recovered.