Woman burnt to death for killing two persons in Osun

A middle-aged woman, Esther Adu was at the weekend burnt to death by angry mob after she macheted two persons to death on Saturday in Ilesa, Osun state.

The two persons killed were identified as Mrs Ojuolape Olojo ( 90 years) and Samson Sunday, (70 years) at Ita- Balogun area of the town where they are said to be living.

Also cheated death was one Dish Olaleye who also received a deep machete cut on his head before being rushed down to a nearby hospital for medical attention.

However, the fate of the inhabitants of the area is still hanging in the balance on whether Olaleye would survive or not.

Seeing this inhuman act, the angry mob burnt Esther to death before the arrival of security operatives who might cone at the scene for a rescue mission.

Information gathered however said that Esther was insane as she did not know what she was doing when taking the lives of innocent people.

When contacted, the state police spokesperson, Yemisi Opalola confirmed the story and said the matter is under investigation.

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