Malaysian-based Nigerians torture compatriot over debt (Graphic Photos)

A Nigerian man is battling for his life after his compatriots abducted and brutalized him following money he owed them.

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According to another Nigerian who leaked the photo of the tortured man on social media, Uche owed his business partners about $25,000 but when he could not pay back on time, the men said to be members of a cult group operating in the Asian country abducted him and held him hostage for days.

After some days of his disappearance, other Nigerians began some discreet investigations as the victim was actually kidnapped by his compatriots who had brutalized him severely leaving him battling for his life.

This is not the first Nigerians have been at war amongst themselves as a suspected leader of a cult gang was brutally butchered by members of a rival cult gang.

The incident reportedly happened in the evening of Sunday, September 18, 2016, at OUG Parklane Condo in Kuala Lumpur, the capital of that Asian country.

The victim was said to be having a drink with some friends when the attackers who were also Nigerians, stormed the place and fired gunshots into the air to scare away people and descended on their target with cutlasses and axes, and slaughtered him in cold blood.

This is how one of the eyewitnesses captured the incident.


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