Nigerian restaurant shut down for serving human meat

Police have recovered 2 human heads wrapped in cellophane after arresting 11 people, including the owner, after a tip-off.

17 Feb 2014

Police in Anambra, Nigeria have arrested 11 people, including the owner of a restaurant, in connection with selling human meat.

According to the article in a Nigerian publication the police recovered at least two fresh human heads when they arrested 11 people from the restaurant including the owner, six women and four men, following a tip-off.

The blood-soaked heads were found wrapped in cellophane.

Officials have also seized two AK-47 rifles, other weapons, dozens of rounds of ammunitions and several mobile phones during the raid.

The un-named restaurant is in a hotel located close to the Ose-Okwodu market in Anambra state.

One witness account spoke of suspicious movements in and around the hotel and market.

Another outraged unidentified pastor could not believe the price they were selling the meat at after eating at the hotel.

Original article: Osun Defender


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