Defense headquarters in Nigeria has asked people to ignore the video which said a mythical creature killed four people in Benue State. The Defense headquarters have revealed the video was fake and no mythical creature killed people in Benue State.
There was a press release that claimed that their troops killed a mythical creature in Benue State and reacting to the report, The Defense headquarters wrote on their Facebook page, saying the report was fake news. The video which said a mythical creature killed people in Benue state went viral over the weekend and many people who saw the video believed that the animal in the video is a werewolf.
"The animal which looked like a werewolf laid down on the ground and was breathing heavily," A man said in the video
"You all should stay in your houses and you will not listen, in this Nigeria we are living in" He added
The video caused concern over the weekend as many people believed a werewolf had entered Nigeria. But the Defence headquarters have revealed the video is fake.
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