80 Years Old Woman who Owns Prayer House Arrested For Pounding Children For Ritual Purposes (Photos)
By Slyode | self meida writer
Published 16 days ago - 18289 views
People continue to do terrible things in order to get quick money, even as the President Muhammdu Buhari Administration has established several empowerment scheme to reduce the unemployment rate in the country, but the situation continue to deteriorate.
However, men of the Nigerian Police stormed a prayer house owned by an 80years old woman along Akwa road in Onitsha, and discovered she usually pound children for ritual purposes, several children were rescued from the prayer house, a motar and pestle which she used for carrying out her dubious activities were recovered.
This is a very sad news, and several of such prayer houses are still in existence, it is important that security operatives work with community leaders to fishout such terrible prayer house, because it is barbaric for a human being to treat a fellow human being in such way.
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