A recent video which has gone viral online, capturing moments a young man identified as Olisa, was shot dead by unknown Gunmen.
The incident reportedly happened in the Igbariam area of Anambra State.
The men who were masked dragged the deceased out of his car, and shot him repeatedly in the heart, while making sure he was dead.
A Facebook user however,has confirmed that the deceased recently just got married to his wife back in may
The way and manner human life is wasted on a daily basis in Nigeria are unimaginable.
However, this case seem like a case of cultism. It could be that the deceased annoyed a member of the cult or he is a member of a rival cult himself.
Unknown gunmen in the south east, usually target police stations and security operatives. It was just few days ago that some unknown gunmen attacked a secondary school in imo, and chased away students who were writing exmas, they only shot into the air, there was no life lost, only cultists or Assassin kill in this gruesome manner.
The police need to first Investigate if the deceased has recently had issues with anyone, maybe that would give them a lead to those behind the act.
What are your thoughts?
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