•Human skulls, rotten corpses litter scene •Guns recovered; ATM, ID cards of victims found Soka community in Ibadan, Oyo State turned to a Mecca of a sort on Saturday, when an abandoned property at Idi Mangoro area was discovered with about 15 chained people suspected to have been kidnapped.
About six guns and several cutlasses were also recovered from the house beside it said to belong to Black Horse Plastic factory.
The discovery was said to have been made when some people who were looking for their missing family member, an okada rider, stumbled on the building situated in an undeveloped part of the community, and from where they were hearing voices.
On entering the building, the people who made the discovery reportedly met the inmates who were highly malnourished, but by the time Sunday Tribune got there, only six of them- three males and three females were met.
One of them was looking like a skeleton and in the throes of death with his mouth hanging open while he groaned in pain as flies hovered around his mouth, nose and eyes.
Human bones were also found inside a well in front of the eight-room building said to belong to Ponti Construction Company. The building beside it, it was learnt, also belonged to Black Horse Plastic Company.
Also, many shoes, bags, clothes and other accessories were found in two containers which stood beside the house while mobile numbers 08140574774 and 07038651723 with the name ’Friba’ and 08061197191 with the name ‘Koko Aram’ were also written on the inside wall of the building.
Identification cards with names such as Mr Rafiu Alamu (tanker driver) and national identity and First Bank ATM cards belonging to one Mrs Janet Motunrayo Lemo were also found at the scene.
Some of the inmates were said to have run for dear lives immediately their chains were loosened, with one of them who claimed to have been an immigration official shouting with glee as he breathed air of freedom and ran away.
One of the female inmates told Sunday Tribune that she was delivered of a baby on Friday and the baby wa…