The emergency use of human body parts as
money rituals for quick fortune violates both cultural
and human dignity in Nigeria. It is an impediment to
societal growth. The phrase "money ritual" describes a
situation in Nigeria where a person is killed and then
their body parts are harvested and allegedly used for
ritualpurposes.The objectives of the study are to
investigate the causes of the hazard in South West,the
frequency of emergency use of human parts as money
rituals, the public's perception of the use of human parts
and money rituals, and the best course of action for
eliminating the threat.The study employed a quantitative
style of inquiry and questionnaire
administration.According to the study, ritual killings
consistently occur in the South West against
unsuspecting people, girls, children and elderly.
Majority of Nigerians believe ritual killing to be real,
and not mirage. The menace is considered a serious
offense that affected people of all ages. It is
recommended that the Nigerian government defend
human rights, especially those of victims and a law
should be enacted for the purpose.
Keywords : Contradiction, Human dignity, Money Ritual, Human Parts, Cultural Fundamentals.