Burkina Faso & Mafia Cult Clash: 2 ABSU Students Beheaded By Cultists

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March 15, 2016 – Burkina Faso & Mafia Cult Clash: 2 Abia State University Students Beheaded By Cultists At Chidoo Hostel In Uturu Abia State

Some cultists on a reprisal mission murdered two students last Saturday at Abia State University in Uturu.

The attack which happened at CHIDOO male hostel took place around 9pm on Saturday.

It was allegedly that the murdered students (Nwigbo Chuwuebuka and Samuel Ethelbert) were members of the Mafia cult group who murdered the leader of Burkina Faso cult group, one Collins Agwu aka Biggy last week.

After his burial on Saturday night, his followers took to the hostel to fish out his killers.

The cultists came in as the victims prepared to cook dinner.

They saw a third student, who is believed to be a visitor, and cut him with machete before overpowering their targets and beheading them.

“After killing them, the murderers took their heads to the university football field and fixed them as goal posts.

22 thoughts on “Burkina Faso & Mafia Cult Clash: 2 ABSU Students Beheaded By Cultists

  1. It’s a shame that some students are still blind that they involve themselves in cultists.
    Upon all the problems we had in Nigeria and some parents struggled to send their kids to school up to University level and this is what they reward their parent with. We are here in foreign land thinking it will be a good idea to send our kids to study in Nigeria so they can have good training. This is sad what this kids are turning schools to nowadays or who are behind them.

  2. Foolish boys, you can do better. Delete yourselves and let’s have peace in dis country. Wasted products.

  3. ANIMALS!!! NOW THAT YOU ARE DEAD DID I DIE WITH YOU!!!! FOOOLS, THEY JOIN CULT JUST TO BECOME ARM-RUBBERS AND MAKING OUR ROADS UNSAFE TO PLIGHT…IF YOU CAN ALL KILL YOURSELF LIKE THIS THEN WE WOULD HAVE A SAFER COUNTRY CALLED NIGERIA…I WISH ALL OF YOU DEAD LIKE THIS INCLUDING YOUR FATHERS THAT DID NOT TRAIN YOU PEOPLE WELL…VAGABONDS.

  4. Hmmmmmmmmm, so this cult thing is still in Nigerian universities . My people wake up and face reality.

  5. My almamater! It’s a shame that most youths don’t value lives nor education. I keep saying it there’s no benefit in cultism just death now see the way these boys have been wasted, big shame to them

  6. @FIFELOMO- I CONCOR !.@ RAPO ,YOU VERY CORRECT BUT PLES WITHDRAW UR VERY LAST STATEMENT, BCOS SOME OF THEM ARE FROM VERY GOOD HOMES ,WELL TRAINED AND ADVISED BY THEIR FATHERS. THOUGH I,VE ALSO NOTICED THAT MOST OF THEM WHOSE PARENTS LOOT D MASSES TO MAKE THEMSELVES COMFORTABLE STILL END UP LIKE THIS .GOD IS STILLIN D BUSINESS OF REWARDING .

  7. One thing I wish that our much revered professor, Wole Soyinka would do before he departs this earth is to actively involve himself in a rigorous nationwide campaign against cultism, to xray the futility, the prodigality, insecurity, the foolishness and the sinfulness of this way of life that has beset our educational system. I wish that he would totally stop meddling with politics and just form an NGO to this effect.

    Being istrumental to the formation of the very first confraternity in Nigeria, the Pyrates, in 1952, he owes hunanity and Nigerians in particular the duty of straightening the things that have bent in his creation. He will always be fingered whenever there is the talk about the history of cultism in Nigeria Institutions, and that is almost a stain on him even though violence was not in the agenda at the onset.

    For this reason, he has to do one last virtuous thing that posterity would sing his name for; he has to start telling our Nigerian youths how naughty and irresponsible a thing as cultism is. Any other person could do this, anyway. But his status as an academic diety, as it were, would speak far more than words.

    Let him consider this, and perhaps, perhaps, then shall we win this fight against cultism.

  8. Say no to cultism for d fools out there… Dat z not wot u re sent 2 skul for… Try 2 embrace God each moment of ur life

  9. My take is… Orientation or NGOs efforts alone 2 curb diz trends w/t fervent prayer n fasting cannt successfully n completely eradica8 diz terror group dat has made not just our skols bt our roads n community unsafe.

    I wnt 2 blv dat if Nigerians wll unite n rise against cultism d way they rose against Ebola outbrk, we wll win d war against cultism in diz con3.

    I must hv 2…

    #continuemystrolling#

  10. They can never understand it until they face the real world. Only fools get involved in the first place… ders no gain whatsoever… others shd learn and play safe by avoiding cultism

  11. I have been observing Nigerians closely whenever tragedy like this happens especially in our institution of higher learning, we never come up with a lasting solution, instead we criticize and fold our arm. The issue of students killing students has reached its peak in this Country and the leaderships think well! this is going to disappear in one day. In order to eradicate cultism in our institutions, it has be the joint effort of law enforcement officers, the military, the school governing body and the society at large. Doing nothing about this abnormality will contribute more greatly towards our downfall as a nation. I understand there are some hypocrite and prominent people in our society who are supporting and acting like a God father to some of these young folks and knowingly destroying their future, they must be brought to justice. Also these students are also getting their support among the professors who suppose to be directing them to the right part. I think the best option to rescue our youth from this deadly confraternity group is to launch a serious campaign even if it requires our government to plant some private detectives in all institutions, I believe it really worth lives saving.

  12. Tnx gr8ly @ Mr. Osas 4 dat compliment. I am a Male nt Female so d pedant shld b Mr nt Mrs. Is just dat I chose 2 b addressed as D Hunter.
    Stay sweet.

  13. anybody that wants to be useful will be useful but anybody that wants to be useless will be useless.

  14. BF the most Peaceful, most intelligent, and the
    most successful confraternity , they are wise
    president that rule the world. Thomas Sankara
    remain the best president in the world, he is the
    Che Guvera of Africa. And the members of
    Burkinafaso confra always have the best
    certificate in school, they believe that only the
    members that have become successful are
    known to be rugged, that means be rugged in
    having your dreams come true, they are very free
    with everybody, but they fight against oppression
    and intimidation, there is no illiterate in BF, they
    are the best confra that render love and selfless.
    In life, people are judge and known for the things
    they do, some are known to be a terrorist, while
    some are known to be good example to others,
    like our great revolution father, Thomas Sankara
    of Burkinafaso, During his 4 year rule, school
    attendance leaped from 6% to 22%, some 2.5
    million children were vaccinated and thousands
    of health centres opened. Housing, road and
    railway building projects got under way and 10
    million trees were planted. Sankara declared war
    on corruption and embraced personal austerity,
    paying himself a salary of $450 a month, slashing
    the wages of his top officials and forbidding the
    use of chauffeur-driven Mercedes and first class
    airline tickets by his ministers and senior civil
    servants. He refused to have his picture
    displayed in public buildings, still a rare thing in
    the Africa of 2015, and was staunchly opposed
    foreign aid, declaring: “He who feeds you,
    controls you.”
    Under Sankara the government also prioritised
    gender quality, working towards the end of
    female genital mutilation, forced marriages and
    polygamy. Sankara is still much revered across
    Africa today. Writing in South Africa’s Sowetan
    newspaper in 2011, radical commentator Andile
    Mngxitama said: “Sankara is even more
    important than giants of the last century like
    Steve Biko and Robert Sobukwe. Sankara used
    power to serve the people. We don’t know what
    Biko and Sobukwe would have done with power.
    And what Nelson Mandela and the ANC have
    done with power is not pretty. But Sankara was
    in power long enough to make enemies and sow
    doubts about his political philosophy. He set up
    “revolutionary people’s tribunals” to try former
    public officials charged with political crimes, and
    stripped traditional chiefs of their rights and
    privileges. Opposition parties and unions were
    banned and media freedoms curtailed. Striking
    teachers were fired and replaced by young
    people with no experience. I am saying this to let
    all viewers understand that the Burkinafaso
    confraternity are UPRIGHT MEN, fighting for their
    right.. And they are qualify to be a good Leader
    like our revolution father Thomas Sankara..
    Atabor to all sons of Thomas Sankara.

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