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Seven killed in Delta community cult clashes


No less than seven people have been slaughtered in a supremacy battle of rival cults believed to be members of the Aye and Bangas confraternities in Ughelli, in the Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State.

Numerous individuals purportedly continued changing levels of injury in the assault.

Metro reporter  accumulated that inconvenience began last Friday after a conflict between the two religions prompted the passing of an Aye part.

Sources said the slaughtering was welcomed with backlashes, during which setbacks were recorded on the two sides in different areas of the city.

As indicated by sources, one of the strongmen of Bangas was killed on Akpodiete Street, Ughelli, while two of his rivals were also executed in Ekiugbo.

Another religion part was shot dead on Oghenevwetata Street in Ughelli on Saturday night.

Our reporter assembled that two of the people in question, distinguished as Frank and Oghenero, were siblings.

They were allegedly followed to their home at Poyo compound, near Ataverhe Junction in Ekiugbo-Ughelli, where they were assaulted.

Straightforward and Oghenero, as indicated by sources, were hauled from their space to an uncompleted structure in the compound, where they were shot dead.

The bloody remaining parts of the vast majority of the speculated cultists seen by Metro Reporter s uncovered that a portion of the men were additionally cut with blades in the head and neck.

In a connected turn of events, a POS administrator in Ughelli people group, Celestina Ochuko, was on Sunday burglarized and shot in the thigh by two shooters who plunged on her obligation post.

The casualty was allegedly shot while opposing endeavors by the punks to grab her pack containing undisclosed measure of money and different assets.

It was found out that Ochuko was raced to the Central Hospital, Ughelli, for clinical consideration, while the occurrence was accounted for at the 'A' Division Police Station in the town.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Onome Onovwakpoyeya, couldn't be gone after remarks as of the hour of recording this report.

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