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BUSTED!!! Abia man caught wearing landlord’s daughter pant & bra for rituals in the middle of the night (PHOTOS)

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On Saturday midnight at around 3a.m, tension rose at Oduloju street, Sabo- Oniba Ojo Local government of Lagos state as an Abia state man living in the street was was caught in an attempt to fulfill ritual requirements with the daughter of his landlord named Ijeoma by the Nigerian soldiers.
According to Reporters, The suspect (Name disclosed as Brother Hyacinth) who lives in a room with his wife and children allegedly owns over five shops with business name ‘A.Y’ in ASPAMDA trade fair complex. Lagos and 7 empty plots of land at Igbede just a bridge across the Oduloju waterlogged area. This bridge is secured at the Igbede end by soldiers whose Boss is a high ranked officer of the Nigerian army.
According to neighbors, He is a very kind and generous man who has assisted the landlord since he packed in and has offered driving the children to school. he is a deeper lifer and is popularly know as ‘brother’, According to his landlord who has four kids of 3-girls and a boy ‘Papa Ijeoma’, Brother has been of huge financial aid to his family at hard times.

An eye witness during the unease told Naaija.com that, the Soldiers who caught him performing the ritual on the bridge heard a recurring chant of incantations with the name Ijeoma and quietly sneaked closer to the direction of the voice, but the suspect noticed their presence and ran away but the soldiers pursued and tracked him to his house where the wife pleaded for mercy but case was subsequently handed over to the Oduloju community.

When the day became bright, the Oduloju communty reported to the Sabo-Ajangbadi police station where the suspect is currently in custody.
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