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OUI Student Accused Of Being A Ritualist Says Her Own Side Of The Story

   

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A student of Oduduwa University Ipetumodu in Osun state, Ayomide has come out to dispel the rumour that she is a ritualist.

Few days ago, Ayomide, alongside two colleagues were found with buckets of water, local sponges, three calabashes and some panties, in the early hours of the day. The vigilantes, who found the items on them, accused them of being ritualists. They made a video and posted it online.

Ayomide has now commented over the ritual allegation

Read what she said about the allegations

The truth of the matter is, thought they found those things on me, but it does not belong to me and I’m not taking anybody’s glory. I’m not using it for any fetish act. What I’m using it for is because of my own personal issue.

People who know me knows that my mum has been on sick bed for three years. The stuff with me is meant for me to send to her this morning. I went to Asipa to collect it from the man treating her. so, on our way back, the vigilantes hijacked me and they asked me what is with me.

I explained to them that I have soap, I have sponge and herb pots which is meant for my mum but they did not believe. They started harassing me. they outnumbered me.

The pants they found was not inside those stuffs. They actually followed me home to search my room. When they got there, they didn’t find anything implicating so they searched my friend’s clothes, saw panties and picked it.

Then they said, with the panties, people would believe them that they actually have a culprit. Because they said its been a while people went to Tjunction to have their bath, pouring bath water there. So, because they caught us with those things yesterday, they assumed we were the ones doing it

Watch the video of her explaining the matter here

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