Woman vomits blood after threesome in a Motel

After an interaction with several suspected ritualists in a motel near West Bypass, Osogbo, Osun State, a yet-to-be-identified sex worker has reportedly been vomiting blood.

Amotekun
Amotekun

The ritualists allegedly took her up from her hotel on Friday night and deposited her near-comatose at the street’s entrance.

According to some neighbours, the Amotekun Corps was summoned as soon as the lady was seen trying to move after being abandoned by a motorcycle in the area.

Amitolu Shittu, the Field Commander of the Osun Amotekun Corps, stated that after receiving a distress call, he led a squad to the scene.

The victim was able to recount what happened between her and three accused ritualists who had abducted her from another hotel in the Ofatedo region, according to Shittu. However, Shittu claims that while the lady was still being interrogated, she began vomiting blood.

He said in an interview with The Punch, “I led the team that visited the entrance to Adetunji Estate that evening. Before she started vomiting blood, the lady told me she was living in Ofatedo, though an indigene of Sagamu in Ogun State.

“She said three men had taken her from another hotel in Ofatedo and took her to a hotel around West Bypass. At the hotel, they told her she would have sex with the three of them, but the lady said she told them she could only have sex with two men

“While bathing with one of the men, the suspected ritualist hit the lady with a charm on the head and she became almost unconscious.

“She was still talking to me when she started vomiting blood. Because it was late, I asked the night guard working in the area to watch over her, while I arrange for an ambulance. By the time I returned to the scene, that her friend she told me of, had brought a bus to carry her. It was such a pathetic story.”

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