A tragic incident occurred where a boy of 17 years old was shot dead, while three others killed in a gang violence in Bayelsa State. It was known that the clash was between suspected Iceland and bobos cult group in Amarata area of Yenogoa, Bayelsa State.
The 17 years old boy whose name was Tariebi, also known as Kim was shot straight on the head by suspected members of the Iceland group on Tuesday evening. However, residents made known that the boy who was shot was humble before he died, was unfortunately hit by the bullet.
According to reports, it was gathered that a tricycle was spotted around 7:30 pm with three boys, and eyewitnesses said soon afterwards, all they could hear was gunshots, as the both gangs let out fire which resulted in three others dying. A sad incident for the families of the boy, as people were known to contribute money to help bury him properly. A young life wasted, what's your opinion towards this, put your thoughts in the comment section below
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