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Sunday, May 10, 2020

Strange Skeleton Found Kneeling In Pastor’s House (Photo)

Residents of Peace Land Estate, Akute, Ogun State witnessed a scene of horror on Thursday that sent chills running down their spines. A human skeleton, which seemed to be that of a woman was found in a Pastor’s house.
The horrible incident came to light, when the landlady of the house, where the Pastor lived, decided to evict him from his flat over non payment of rent. 

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The landlady, stormed his home with some people to evict him, as the pastor was owing a year’s rent, but they were shocked when they discovered a human skeleton inside one of his rooms. 

The situation attracted people to the scene in no time and the matter was quickly reported to the police. It was learnt that the suspect, who owns a church, made some sickening revelations about the skeleton. 

According to him, his parents had three children, himself and two sisters, whom he lived with in the flat, and that the skeleton belonged to his sister.

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For sometime, one of his sisters named Funmi was not seen and when people asked about her, he would say she went to the mountain.
The sister was said to have died since 2010 and her body was abandoned in the house. From the position of the skeleton, it appeared the deceased was kneeling on the ground, left to rot. 

The Police arrested the Pastor as investigation to uncover what really happened began.

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