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In Edo: Eight feared killed in cult war


Eight persons are  feared dead in the renewed war among three cults in Benin City, the Edo State capital.    

   

Punch Metro gathered that the clash between the Maphites, Black Axe (popularly called Aye) and Eiye confraternities; had been on for the past seven days.

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The killings started last Friday when a 200-level student of the University of Benin, Moses Adeshina, popularly called Aficionado, was shot dead at the Jeans Carnival organised by students of the Faculty of Social Sciences.

   

   
This led to the suspension of all social activities in the school by the university management.

Eyewitnesses told our correspondent that immediately after Adeshina was buried on Wednesday, two persons were attacked on the Wire and Siluko roads.

While the victim of the Wire Road attack, identified as one Osasuyi, aka 190, allegedly died on the spot, the one on the Siluko Road, identified as Moses Oboh, was seriously injured.    

   

A day after Adeshina’s killing, one person was reportedly murdered around the Isior area of Benin and in the evening of the same day, another person was said to have been killed in the Osasogie area of Ugbowo.

Another person was reportedly killed on Sunday night in the Adolor area of Ugbowo and another in Uwasota.

Two persons were reportedly killed at the Gani Fawehinmi Layout, Isinoro, near New Benin.
However, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Chidi Nwabuzor, said only two deaths were recorded, adding that one arrest had been made.
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