Voodoo sex ring made me ‘eat cock’

Midweek Sport - - SPORT - By NEIL GOOD­WIN neil@sun­daysport.co.uk


AC­CUSED: A woman ac­cused of run­ning a voodoo sex ring has claimed she had had to “eat cock” as part of a black magic rit­ual.

Lizzy Ida­hosa, 24, told how she was put through a “juju” cer­e­mony be­fore leav­ing Nige­ria for Bri­tain be­cause she was a les­bian.

Ida­hosa claims she was made to visit a voodoo man be­fore be­ing brought to Bri­tain to es­cape be­ing sac­ri­ficed for girl-on-girl sex romps.

She al­legedly or­gan­ised for two other women to follow her to Bri­tain – and is ac­cused of ar­rang­ing for them to go through terrifying voodoo rit­u­als.

A court heard that the African witch­craft cer­e­mony was used to make the women, 24 and 29, have sex with hun­dreds of strangers.

They women claim the “juju” magic was so pow­er­ful that they feared they would go mad or die if they stopped hav­ing sex with men.

But Ida­hosa told a court that she’d also had sex with hun­dreds of men after be­ing put through the same voodoo magic.

She said: “I was taken to see a man and he gave me the roast heart of a cock and I ate it as if it was eat­ing nor­mal meat.

“I swore an oath. It was in Nige­ria be­fore I came to the UK.”

Ida­hosa and her hus­band Jack­son Omoruyi, 41, al­legedly made more than £70,000 out of the two women.

The two women were al­legedly tricked into com­ing to the UK – one be­lieved she was go­ing to find her long lost fa­ther, the other thought she was go­ing to work in a shop.

Be­fore they left they went through “juju” rit­u­als where they were forced to eat live snakes and snails and were cut with knives.

A court heard that one of the women were told to pre­tend she was a les­bian so she could evade the UK bor­der agency.


The pair were al­legedly made to have sex with men up and down the coun­try be­fore even­tu­ally be­ing tracked down by im­mi­gra­tion of­fi­cials work­ing in Cardiff. Ms Rees added: “They were bound by a juju rit­ual.

“It was a cer­e­mo­nial rit­ual used to full ef­fect to ter­rify both women into do­ing what was de­manded of them. It was used to en­sure com­pli­ance se­crecy and they be­lieved if they broke the bond dire con­se­quences would follow – ill­ness, mad­ness, in­fer­til­ity or death.

“They gen­uinely be­lieved the pow­ers would work.”

Ida­hosa and Omoruyi were later ar­rested at their home in Brock­ley, South London.

Heav­ily preg­nant Ida­hosa told po­lice she met the two women when they were all work­ing in the same mas­sage par­lour.

Both Ida­hosa and Omoruyi pair deny seven charges of trafficking per­sons into and within the UK for sex­ual ex­ploita­tion and in­cit­ing pros­ti­tu­tion and dis­guis­ing crim­i­nal prop­erty.

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