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Bus passenger buried alive by cultists in Lagos

04 September 2015, 14:22

Lagos - Some suspected cultists dragged a motorist out of a commercial bus and buried him alive in the Mushin area of Lagos State, Punch reports.

The deceased was said to be heading to Oyingbo area of the state when the cultists stopped the bus he was inside and dragged him out at the Total bus stop in the Mushin end of the Ikorodu Road.

Policemen from the Alakara Police Division came to the area to search for the passenger but were unsuccessful after they were alerted according to a witness' account.

Also read: Five suspected cultists nabbed for killing man

After the policemen left the area, the cultist were said to have brought the deceased to the Railway Line and pushed him from head down into a filled canal with his leg stuck out.

The victim died soon afterwards.

Residents of the area alleged that the increased killing of suspected cult members from Oyingbo was orchestrated by one Rilwan, aka Itakun.

Read more at Punch

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