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Monday, February 10, 2020

Two Ladies Reportedly Sell Their Friend To Ritualists For N50k

WOW.........This is pure wickedness and i pray Justice is served!












53 comments:

  1. Secondary school girls faaaaaaaaa!!!!!
    God please take control!!!!!

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  2. It's so sad the girl died, But how do you leave ijebu-ode for epe with friends without telling your parent? If the parent were aware of the journey,it won't have been possible for the evil friends to carry out their plan. Just too sad.

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    1. My dear, parents will even allow knowing she is in the company of friend so it will be genuine. Who knows the lie they came up with

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    2. Dream chaser,stop it already. Are you for real?. I'm not certain there's anyone who gave their parents full disclosure at a certain period of their lives. When I think about the parties and trips I embarked on back in school and in retrospect, the compromising situations we got out of, I'm just thankful and know that GOD clearly didn't want my parents to weep.

      It's called been young and stupid but at the time, we all thought we were smarter than the next person.

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    3. πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘
      Most of us did this as young and adventurous teenagers but were lucky no harm came our way. I bless God for the days of ignorance.

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    4. Well said, 11:10. Who wasn't impressionable during secondary school?

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    5. At least telling her parent whom she will be with would have put fear in the mind of the friends.
      P.S: I always told my mum if any friend asked me to accompany her anywhere just incase I don't come back in time.

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    6. I travelled from kwara state to lagos state to see my boyfriend without my parents knowledge. I arrived home same day at 12 midnight and blew one big lie for them

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    7. YOung, dumb and broke

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  3. Jesus!!!! Even kids are in this quagmire!! The end is near!! Wickedness is on a per-second billing!! Oh my God!!

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  4. Oh, Sweet Jesus of Nazareth! πŸ™ŠπŸ™ŠπŸ˜’πŸ˜’. I'm sick to my stomach. 🀒

    Secondary school girls? Lord, i ain't ready but come.

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    1. "Lord,I ain't ready but come" Perxian,take that word back now!!! wft? Lord don't pay attention to her her hormones are rising sheesh!. but on a serious note, trust! led the deceased to her death may her soul rest in peace amen. Secondary girl fa! already this greedy? smh

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    2. "Lord,I ain't ready but come" Perxian,take that word back now!!! wft? Lord don't pay attention to her her hormones are rising sheesh!. but on a serious note, trust! led the deceased to her death may her soul rest in peace amen. Secondary girl fa! already this greedy? smh

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    3. 11:16 Anon 😭😭😭..I'm sorry, Lord.

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  5. I've been shouting since. Tomorrow, some people will shout, "I know my daughter!"

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    1. Madam calm down.
      This isn’t the time please.
      Just pleaseπŸ˜”.

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  6. Stella they're not Ladies per se, they're kids, primary school wicked kids...

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    1. Big gold, Kai! Read the post again na. Except you know otherwise, the post clearly stated secondary school. And yes, secondary school girls are ladies albeit, young ladies but ladies nonetheless.

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  7. Ohhhh...OMG,!
    Ohhhh God,wicked people oooo
    Jesus Christ..
    Ohhhhhhh.......
    Who raise these people oooooo.
    Devil in human form.
    May God guide our children..

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  8. Oh my God!!! This is barbaric. Where is their conscience? Parents should be do more to educate their children on money and materialistic issues

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  9. The reason the wicked girls gave for selling her is that she is very intelligent and was coming tops in the class.

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  10. Sad. Sad. Sad.
    When these girls follow the so called celebrities on social media as they flaunt wealth
    they want to be like them. No conscience anymore.

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    1. Leave celebrities alone,,, dem nor send anybody message

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    2. A good number of celebrities are breeding materialism and shallowness

      They will bear the consequences

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  11. This is pathetic. How were they able to lure the girl? Trust gone wrong

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    1. They were friends and school mates and possibly lied to the impressionable victim.

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  12. Jesus should just come biko,what's happening in Nigeria..God please,just come

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  13. Oh my God!!!!what manner of evil is this?!!!!

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  14. Lord have mercy! Sad sad sad! Wickedness of humans..how can a secondary school girl be this wicked to this extent of selling off a whole being? Barbaric

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  15. Kai. May God accept her soul Amen.

    How old are these girls and how did they got in contact with ritualists. Who connected them. All these must be unraveled.

    May God help our children. Parents should intensify prayers on their wards. We are in perilous times

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  16. The more reason we should start questioning peoples source of wealth. These children get influenced easily like we were while growing up but people were contented back in the days

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  17. Mother's should devote more time to giving good morals to their kids rather than slaying.

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    1. Father's must learn that stupidity is generational when they are useless to their children

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    2. Career no go let them o

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  18. People of God! What kind of demonic act is this? Girls for that matter and secondarian... It is well with this our generation...

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    1. And the love of man will wax cold.....

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    2. What In the flying Sorcerer is SECONDARIAN ?

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    3. Primarian, secondarian and teriarian?? 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣gosh

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  19. Ijebu and juju are 5 and 6.

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  20. This story is just having different ending. Its been trending since two weeks now. The version I read said they had not killed the sold girl yet before police arrived

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  21. I heard this story as a child, I don't think this is recent though.

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  22. The parents of this generation are the worst.

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  23. nigeria is gone

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