Cultists Behead Students, Use Heads As Goal Post In Abia

KayCee
By KayCee March 15, 2016 21:50
Suspected cultists have beheaded two undergraduates of the Abia state university, Uturu.
Daily Post reports that the deceased identified as Ebuka Nwaigbo, a 300 level student of the department of estate management, and Samuel Ethelbert, a 300 level student of the department of political science, were living at Chi-Doo Lodge along the Uturu-Afikpo road.
Their killers were said to be members of a rival cult group on a revenge mission for one of their members killed in February.
A source who spoke on the condition of anonymity said the two cult groups known as Burkinafaso and Mafia had been in a battle of supremacy for years in the university.
“Last month, one Collins Agwu, a member of Burkinafaso, was gunned down by the Mafia. His colleagues (Burkinafaso) decided to retaliate by killing members of the Mafia.
“That night they came to the lodge on four motorbikes carrying four persons each and they forced themselves in when one of the students living there came out to buy Indomie Noodles. They beheaded their targets while the third person, their visitor, was seriously wounded.
“After killing them they carried their heads and bodies in a sack bag and took it to a playground where they (cult boys) normally play football near the school gate and mounted their heads as goalposts.” the source said.

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KayCee
By KayCee March 15, 2016 21:50