A pastor’s son identified as Silas Anidi, who allegedly beheaded an 11-year-old girl Aghogho Igbi for ritual purposes in 2015 – has reportedly escaped from a remand home where he was kept in Sapele area of Delta state. It was earlier reported that Anidi, who is the only son of the General Overseer of God Peculiar Evangelical Ministry in Sapele, was caught by neighbours when he also attempted to kill the deceased sister, Favour aged 13 after his friend in Ghana told him to bring a human head.

The suspect was said to be a family friend to the Igbi’s and in the course of a visit, beheaded the victim and was about to do same to Aghogho’s sister, Favour, when neighbours got him arrested.

According to Sapele Oghenek, the then 15-year-old boy who confessed to the crime was charged to court as he was ordered to be kept in a remand home under under the management of one Barrister Collins.

According to Oghenek, the management of the remand home and the family of the killer conspired to release him through the back door. Now the parents of the slain girl is seeking for justice and want the authorities to come to her aid.

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