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Point Of No Return Cultist who wanted out killed by members of his group

A cultist who was willing to quit the frat life was abducted by his former grouped and killed

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(Info Nigeria)

Godwin Victor, 30, aka Sangba, who was abducted by members of his former cult group for wanting out and embracing a normal life, has been found dead, Punch gathered.

It was also gathered that Sangba’s hands and legs were tied, while a log of wood was also tied to his neck before he was thrown into the Lagoon.

Policemen reportedly recovered his corpse around the UNILAG waterfront on Thursday.

It was initially reported last Friday that Sangba had quit his group due to fear for his safety and police harassment.

Some of his friends, who did not support his decision, attacked him.

He was said to have moved to Port Harcourt after increased threats to his life.

However, when he came back to check his family, he was abducted.

The family had reported him missing at the Bariga Police Division, after which a search began for the deceased.

A police source said, “The man has been killed. His two hands and legs were tied with ropes. The cult guys tied a heavy log of wood to his neck and threw him into the Lagoon. His corpse was recovered around the UNILAG waterfront.”

The Police Public Relations Officer, Kenneth Nwosu, also confirmed the development.

He said, “His wife reported a case of missing person to the police on Monday. Since then, we had been out looking for him until on Thursday when we were informed that a corpse was found inside the Lagoon. It turned out to be him.”

The victim’s remains has been deposited in a mortuary, while the matter had been transferred to the State Department of Criminal Investigation, according to Nwosu.

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