End Time: Man Obtains Gun From A Church, Shoots His Best Friend Because Of N1,000 Debt (photos)
By Marioofficialblog | self meida writer
Published 8 months ago - 896 views
What is this world turning to these days? The people we call our best friends are the ones who even plan to harm us more.
How can a human being be so heartless to the extent of shooting his friend over a small debt. This is sad and heartbreaking.
A 27-year-old man whose name is identified as FridayAsuquo has shot his best friend identified as Kingsley Araino, with a pump-action gun, over N1,000 debt.
The intention of Friday Asuquo was to kill his best friend over a disagreement that occurred between them as a result of N1,000 debt.
This incident occurred at a place called Amawbia, Anambra State. According to the state police command spokesperson, the victim was immediately rushed to the hospital for treatment while the culprit has been arrested.
The suspect confessed that while the argument was going on, he rushed into a “City Of Restoration” church in Amawbia, brought out a pump-action gun fully loaded with 4 cartridges and then shot his friend at his back.
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