The two who are suspected to be ritual murderers were arrested after their vehicle had crashed and were sent to the Weija District Command.
A police source told the media that one of the suspects was a Taxi Driver
The source said the suspects were three, however, one fled as soon as the police opened the vehicle and saw the human head.
It said the police were interrogating the suspects.
The source said the suspects denied knowledge of the origin of the head, which had blood oozing from it.
The suspects murdered their colleague driver for suspected ritual purposes after luring him out of their home.
According to reports, the suspects strangled the victim in a bush before slashing his head with a machete.
The culprits were nabbed after the taxi with registration number GW 5532-21 they were fleeing in was involved in an accident at Hobor.
An eyewitness who nabbed one of the suspects narrated to the media that the passengers in the taxi took to their heels after the car somersaulted, prompting them to suspect the two men.
Based on their weird acts, eyewitnesses proceeded to search the car after discovering blood leaking from the boot.
The decapacitated head of the taxi driver was found among the spare car parts in the boot.
The culprits, one identified as a hardened criminal, have been handed over to the police.
It said the head had been deposited at the morgue.
Aside from paying for the fines of petty offenders, Crime Check Foundation (CCF) has been relentless in its advocacy to help reduce crime. It has introduced programmes including the latest ‘Stay Away From Trouble’ as part of its crime prevention advocacy project.
Through these programmes CCF cautions the general public against acts that could land them in trouble in a bid to curb crime.
The Foundation screens one-on-one interviews with prison inmates bringing to bear acts that landed them in prison and the difficulties they face in custody.