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HORROR! Watch The Ugly Moment A Soldier Opened Fire On ENDSARS Protesters In Auchi

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An ugly incident occurred in a community in Auchi in Edo state on Monday, October 19. It was recorded that a soldier, yet to be identified opened fire on unarmed #EndSARS protesters.

Though the incident that led to the shooting is still unclear at the moment, there are however claims of hoodlums who hijacked the protest attacking a soldier.

It was also alleged that the assaulted soldier mobilized his colleagues to the scene of the incident and this allegedly led to the shooting.

Here is the video below;

Six Killed In Kwara, Edo, Delta Cult Clashes

In another report, six persons have been reportedly killed by suspected cultists in Ilorin, Kwara State; Benin, Edo State; and Abraka, Delta State, between Sunday and Monday.

Information gathered that the cult clashes in Ilorin were the aftermath of Sunday’s alleged attack on #EndSARS protesters in Ilorin.

It was gathered that the head of one of the deceased was severed and deposited on the General Post Office flyover bridge in the metropolis, while the second victim was killed at Sabo-Oke area of the town around 12.05 pm on Monday.

The beheaded victim was identified as Yusuf, aka Lucifer, and was said to have been involved in Sunday’s attack on the protesters, while the second person, said to be in his early 20s and popularly known as Khalipha, was a resident of the Sabo-Oke area of Ilorin.

It was gathered that members of rival cults met during the #EndSARS protest and renewed their rivalry, despite being cautioned by the protesters not to disrupt their campaign.

Khalipha was allegedly mauled down around 12.05 pm on Monday around Maraba/Alalubosa area of Ilorin. A trader at the Maraba Market stated, “We started hearing gunshots around 12.05 pm in Maraba and we all hurriedly closed our shops and fled.

“A few minutes later, we saw some group of boys wielding cutlasses, guns and other weapons leaving Maraba through the Pategi section of the garage and afterwards, we saw the lifeless body of a middle-aged boy with severe cutlass cuts on his head and body.

“The assailants left walking majestically through Maraba Road and towards the Murtala area of the metropolis unchallenged.” As of the time of filing this report, the victim’s corpse was still lying in a pool of his own blood.

Speaking on the development, the state police command spokesperson, Ajayi Okasanmi, confirmed the death of only one person and added that the command had commenced an investigation into the incident.

Okasanmi also said the police had notified the Commissioner for Health about the evacuation of the corpse from the Post Office area.

He stated, “We got information this morning (Monday) that the head of one Yusuf, aka Lucifer, was on top of the post office flyover bridge and the deceased was confirmed by neighbours as a cultist.

“It was also alleged that he was killed by suspected cultists. The police are not aware of the death of any other person as regards the protest.”

In Benin, another round of violence broke out on Monday between members of the Eiye and Aye confraternities, leading to the death of one person on the Medical Stores Road, off the New Lagos Road.

A source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said the groups had a free-for-all. According to him, the fight led to the killing of one of the members of the groups, whose body was abandoned on the road for hours, while the #EndSARS protest lasted.

“At the moment, all those cult boys, who fired and danced round the streets in anger over the killing of one of their members by a rival group, have left the road following government-imposed curfew,” the source stated.

What caused the fight among the two cults could not be ascertained as of the time of filing this report as the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Chidi Nwabuzor, could not be reached.

Similarly, three persons, believed to be students of the Delta State University, were reportedly killed as rival cults clashed in the university community of Abraka in the Ethiope-East Local Government Area of the state.

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