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Police nab undergraduate over money ritual

A 300 level undergraduate of  Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, identified as Victor Nnacheta alongside four others have been arrested for allegedly engaging in money rituals.

The 20 year old student of political science consulted two Ogun State-based Islamic clerics, Kabiru Badmos and Nurudeen Shodaolu, to perform a money-making ritual for him with a human skull and other body parts for the whopping sum of N250,000.

The Police Public Relations Officer for the zone, Dolapo Badmus, on Monday revealed that the clerics then consulted two men named Olarewaju Jimoh and Mayewunmi Lukmon, who worked at a cemetery to exhume dead bodies for them.

The prime suspect native of Aguleri in Anambra West Local Government Area of Anambra State has shocked many with his intentions to become a billionaire overnight

Dolapo Badmus revealed that the skull and other human parts were grinded and mixed with black soap for Nnacheta to use before going to his Bet9ja shop.

“A modest achievement we have made is that of a 20-year-old man, who said he wanted to become a billionaire overnight. He consulted some herbalists/Islamic clerics, who asked him to get a human skull and other body parts.

“The herbalists/clerics hired two men, who work in a cemetery. The two men were able to exhume dead bodies. The two men confessed that they gave out skulls, which the herbalists/clerics grinded and mixed with black soap.

“In the process, the police got information about them and arrested the suspects.”

Nnacheta told our correspondent that he had asked the clerics to make him prosperous in his Bet9ja business as he had no parents.

He noted that he had paid the clerics to prepare the concoction that would make him rich before the police arrested them.

Badmus noted that apart from the five persons arrested in connection with the money ritual, the police also apprehended four armed robbery suspects, who allegedly specialised in carjacking.

According to her, the robbery gang was led by a 25-year-old man, adding that the zone was able to recover three out of the five vehicles that the gang had snatched.

Badmus said,

“We found a 25-year-old man leading three other men in armed robbery operations on the highways. Based on investigation, about five vehicles had been snatched by the gang; three of the vehicles were recovered from them.

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Rhema Olonade

Rhema Olonade is a graduate of mass communication. She is passionate about news writing and broadcasting. Hobbies are watching movies, and public speaking. Email: [email protected]

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