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Monday, August 22, 2016

Ritualists Posing As Mad Men Nabbed in Delta State.

Residents of Ughelli South council area of Delta State, on Saturday, apprehended two suspected ritualists who disguised as mentally-challenged persons.





The two men were said to have attacked their victim, a woman who was gathering sharp sand along the road side on the Otokutu end of the bridge.
The suspects waylaid their victim and were struggling with her, possibly trying to drag her to their hideout under the bridge, when she raised an alarm which attracted passers-by and residents.

They were apprehended and beaten to a pulp before being handed over to the Jeremi Police Division.
Although they were not found in possession of human parts to suggest they are ritualists, several school bags belonging to pupils, clothes and female handbags were found in their hideout under the bridge.


When contacted, the state Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, Celestina Kalu, was not available for comment as at press time.
Dailypost reportage.


18 comments:

  1. Olympics over!!! Beautiful ceremony.
    See as a whole president of Brazil and Japan stood under d rain no umbrella. If na my politicians 2 bodyguards 'll hold 1 umbrella for 1 person.

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  2. No peace & mercy for the wicked..
    They should face the law.
    Nonsense..

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  3. Lmao survival of the fittest in this Buhari' period, onye ahogbu ka ogba

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  4. The way guys dey take vex ontop this country right now, if em catch you for crime, there are 2 things involved. It's either they will They will judge u their own way or they'll hand you over to the police, if they hand you over to the police, you are safe bt if they give you judgement emselves, there is only 1 thing involved, you will die.

    #Crime isn't the way to legit success.

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  5. Hhhhhhhmmm,Lord have mercy.



    *Iya Wonder*

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  6. Hhhhhhhmmm,Lord have mercy.



    *Iya Wonder*

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  7. Hhhhhhhmmm,Lord have mercy.



    #Iya Wonder#

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  8. Hhhhhhhmmm,Lord have mercy.



    #IyaWonder

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  9. Oh remember the news of Otokutu bridge years back.


    No joy at all

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  10. To think that I ply that road everyday, sometimes @ night. Please let me tell my boss....night work af finished. But finally..it is God that protects because this happened during broad daylight

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  11. Serves them right

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  12. Otokutu bridge again,similar happened there some years ago.all this people nor dey for this madness.

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  13. That place is always notorious for ritualists

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