Oil Thieves Bury 3 Police Informants in Rivers State
By BajaEyo | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Alot of evil things are still continuing to take place within the year of 2020. Just recently, it's been revealed that a horrendous crime took place in Rivers State involving 2 suspected cultists and police informants who were found buried in the forest with their hands tied to their backs.
The Anti Cultism Unit of Rivers State Police Command discovered the three decomposing bodies from Bera community forest in Gokana local government area of the state. They also successfully arrested two nefarious criminals who led them to the swampy pit where the victims were buried alive. The information given is that the names of the victims are in fact, Baridomale Sunday, Barisition Nawee and Baridon Gbarabera who went missing in March but were only found now. The suspects who carried out the crime claimed the reason they killed the victims is because they informed security agents of an illegal oil bunkery being carried out by the suspects.
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