Ritual Killings ; Two Teenagers Butchered In Kogi.

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Two teenagers who were missing for five days in Anyigba town in Kogi state, the university town namely Ndah and Ibro had their bodies butchered and mutilated in what appears to be ritual Killings.

The two bodies were found at the back of student lodges built by some commercial estate conglomerates,as it was alleged that the deaths of the two victims was carried out by yahoo boys in the state university, Prince Abubakar Audu University, Anyigba.

Eye witness reports along with family statements showed that the teenagers who were age brackets were in the circle of 14 to 15 years of age went out on a strolling spree, but never returned for days.

They were both lured unsuspectingly by some dubious elements with local goddesses stationed around the student lodges, while using human bodies to perpetrate money rituals and supplications.

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It was confirmed that the ongoing ritual activities are being carried out by students of the state university staying off campus, in quest to amass ill gotten wealth through ritual Killings.

As at the time of filing this report, the management of the Prince Abubakar Audu University PAAU has not reacted formally to the new development confronting the institution, apart from rampant cultist activities.

The police authority that took custody of the butchered young lad had launched a manhunt with a view to unraveling the unfortunate development that had led to the missing and killing of the two children in Anyigba community.

The state police command feigned commiseration, as they claimed not to be informed on the new trend of elimination going on in the university town.

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The spate of ritual Killings discovered in the neighborhood of Ankpa that played host to the Kogi state college of Education Ankpa over the years had been ameliorated and reduced to the barest minimum,with the constitution of new local security outfit and disappearance of the resident ritual killers and their accomplices, but gradually finding it’s feet in Anyigba ,the university town.

A visit to the family compound by our reporter confirmed the killings of the two victims, as both parents were indigenes of the ancient town of Anyigba community.

Their parents, Salisu Egbeneti of Kaduna Efekpe, and Ajechi Yunusa, Oyifu all of Anyigba confirmed that their first childrens were killed after missing for five days and their mutilated bodies were deposited at the back of PAAU students lodge.

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They both appeal to the law enforcement agencies, state and local government to assist the families to unravel the killers and nip in the bud the new trend of elimination of young ones.

As at last count, the community was thrown into confusion, as community leaders in the town were busy shuttling between the police and local vigilantee to launch a manhunt of the perpetrators of the dastardly act.

Cult clash and other activities had been ongoing in the state university, but was brought under control by the new management under the new vice chancellor, Professor Marietu Ohunene Tenuche, but seems to be staging a come back.

Anyigba community had been thrown into anxiety, mourning and uncertainty over the new spate of killings in the once peaceful town.

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