The assassination of a girl named Rofiat by her boyfriend and three others in the Oke Aregba neighbourhood of Abeokuta in Ogun State on Saturday sparked outrage.
Teenagers Kill Girlfriend In Ogun For Money Ritual how it was executed
Soliu, Rofiat’s partner, murdered her, cut off her head, and burned it in a local pot, ostensibly for a money ritual.
When a local community guard, Segun Adewusi, spotted the youths’ activities and reported them to the police in Adatan, their luck ran out.
Wariz Oladeinde, 17, Abdulgafar, 19, Lukman, 20, and Mustakeem, all residents of Abeokuta, were arrested by the police.
Soliu, Rofiat’s boyfriend, was apprehended by the police after originally fleeing.
The teens have all confessed to the act, according to Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Ogun Police Spokesperson, stating they planned to use the charred human head for a money ritual.
Meanwhile, reactions from Nigerians have started trolling in, some Nigerians condemn this act, Many recalled their ambitions when they were 17, and wondered why Nigerian adolescents were so enamored with the get-rich-quick mentality.
Teenagers Kill Girlfriend In Ogun For Money Ritual, here are some of the captions gather so far by Nigerians
“For some of us, it requires the grace of God, a strong family foundation, and self-discipline to refrain from doing so. By the time all these tiny lads are ripe, this country will be in serious difficulty.”Teenagers Kill Girlfriend In Ogun For Money Ritual,the view of Nigerians
Many of the kids are impacted by what they see on social media, according to Bolaji Ajose, a student at Moshood Abiola Polytechnic in Abeokuta.
“Some of those guys should be arrested and sentenced with their parents,” Adeniji urged.
Lovelyn Azobu proposed that youngsters who indulge in internet fraud and ritual killings be jailed alongside their parents, as well as their spouses, girlfriends, concubines, and other family members, to act as a deterrence to others.”
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