These were tho top 5 trending stories for the past one week.
In the past one week, there has been very exciting an trending stories on Pulse Gist section that became viral as soon as they were published.
The story with the greatest traction was that of a decomposing corpses discovered under the foundation of a church in Enugu State. The church is said to belong to a popular pastor who is currently on the run.
Ghanaian juju priest, Nana Kwaku Bonsam, was at his controversial best when he claimed that over 1,700 pastors in Africa, including Nigeria's own Prophet TB Joshua, come to him to powers to perform miracles.
There was outrage in Tanzania when a young lady was discovered where she was buried alive for eight months by her boyfriend for ritual purposes.
Also in the week in review, a Nigerian Yahoo-Boy was found guilty of defrauding some women in Malaysia and jailed for 24 years.
Finally, it was a thing of shock when Nigerians risked their lives to scoop fuel from a broken pipe in Lagos, not minding the dangers they were exposing themselves to.
The strange discovery of dead bodies discovered buried in shallow graves under the foundation of a popular church located at the Ugwuaji area along the Enugu-Port Harcourt Expressway, Enugu State, has caused serious outrage with residents vowing to lynch the General Overseer of the church who is now on the run.
The corpses being dug out
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The corpses were found buried under the foundation of the church building, totally covered with concrete.
Ghanaian witch doctor, Priest Nana Kwaku Bonsam, started another round of war with Nigeria's Prophet TB Joshua by saying he and many other men of God in Africa flock to his shrine in Ghana for spiritual fortification.
Priest Nana Kwaku Bonsam vs Prophet TB Joshau
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Before now, the powerful juju priest who is also called Devil of Wednesday, had also claimed that Prophet Joshua killed the late former Ghana President, Professor John Evans Atta Mills, who was one of Joshua's best friends and adherent.
A beautiful Tanzania woman who was buried alive by her boyfriend, allegedly for money rituals, has been rescued after eight months.
The Tanzanian girl who was buried for 8 months
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The photo of the lady before and after her ordeal, and a video of her when she was being rescued from the pit, had gone viral on social media and has brought tears to many eyes.
A 25-year-old Internet fraudster, popularly called 'Yahoo Boy', Hope Olusegun Aroke, was sentenced to 24 years in prison by a Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja, for his involvement in a scam that fetched him N25 million.
Hope Olusegun Aroke, the Yahoo Boy
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Th undergraduate of the Kuala Lumpur Metropolitan University, Malaysia, was handed the sentenced by Justice Lateefa Okunnu, after finding him guilty on a two-count charge bordering on obtaining money by false pretence, cheque cloning, wire transfer and forgery.
Some Nigerians actually risked their lives by rushing to scoop fuel at a burst pipe around the Lekki express way, opposite Victoria Garden City (VGC).
The crowd scooping fuel
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Even with tales of pipe vandalization that has led to numerous loss of lives after the ensuing fracas caused fires, the crowd that gathered at the scene seemed unperturbed.
People were pictured at the scene, scooping as much fuel as their cans could carry, with a long cue extending to the road side.