An Ilorin Magistrates' Court on Thursday remanded in prison custody a herbalist, Busari Abdulwasiu, for unlawful possession of human parts. Magistrate Mohammed Lawal ordered that the accused be remanded at Mondala Prison, Ilorin and adjourned the case until June 19 for a mention. The Prosecutor, Insp. Toying Olasupo told the court that the accused was apprehended on April 23 by residents of Ita-Kudimo area of Ilorin. According to the prosecutor, the police saved the accused from being lynched by an angry mob. He said that on interrogation, the accused could not give a satisfactory account of how he came about the human head and body parts. The prosecutor said that police investigation revealed that Abdulwasiu was a herbalist using the human parts for rituals. The accused, however, pleaded not guilty to the charge of unlawful possession of human part.