‘Yahoo Boy’ Arrested In Bayelsa State As He Attempted To Behead His Girlfriend For Rituals!

A suspected ‘Yahoo boy’ and ritualist has met his waterloo in Bayelsa State, Nigeria following his failed attempt to behead his girlfriend and use her head to attain his selfish and evil motives.

Themeteornewshub learnt that the suspect was caught in the act along SETRACO Road,Amassoma / Ogobiri by vigilant youths who had suspected his movements in the early hours of Tuesday September 21,2021 as he attempted to behead the victim who is a student of Niger Delta University Wilberforce Island, Bayelsa State.

It was further gathered that the suspect had been dating the victim before the devilish idea came over him, prompting his luring to his designated slaughter slab.

Special Adviser on News Media to Douye Diri,the State Governor, Kokobaiye Abeki, confirmed the unfortunate incident in a post on his verified Facebook page.

He wrote:
“After he succeeded in roping her hands and legs, he was at the verge of cutting her neck when the savour of her nightmare (Ogobiri Youths) who traced his earlier movement through a revelation from a nearby person caught him together with the efforts of the men of the Operation Doo-Akpo NPF Special Squad”.

The suspect who is now cooling his heels in Police custody will certainly be rueing his actions.

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