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Survival Of The Fittest ANSU cultist killed in battle to become next "Point One"

A battle to become a cult group next leader has led to the death of a 300l Political Science ANSU undergraduate, Odera Chuks.

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In a bid to free arrested members, cultists numbering over 40 reportedly raided a police station, causing the death of innocent residents.

(Press)

A suspected cultist, Odera Chuks, who studied Political Science at the Anambra State University (ANSU), has been killed by members.

The deceased was reportedly slaughtered during a house war intended to establish supremacy to become "Point One" according to many reports.

play ANSU's Blackaxe student killed in battle to become next "Point One" (LIB)

 

Chuks, who was 20 years old at the time of passing, died on Monday, April 9, 2018, in a village close to ANSU.

He was in his third year in the university before getting nicked by death.

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AAU undergraduate killed by suspected cultists in Obalende

Suspected cultists have reportedly killed an undergraduate of the Ambrose Ali University, Edo State, in an attack that occurred in Obalende, Lagos.

He was murdered on Monday, March 26, 2018, at the Obalende roundabout report says.

A university undergraduate has been killed by suspected cultists in Obalende, Lagos. He reportedly studied at the Ambrose Alli University until his death. play

A university undergraduate has been killed by suspected cultists in Obalende, Lagos. He reportedly studied at the Ambrose Alli University until his death.

(Nairaland)

 

A report has been filed at a police station in Onikan in respect to the killing of the deceased who was slaughtered late in the evening.

Suspects, Tunde Tigana and Ajayi, have been named on suspicion of his murder.

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