A 27-year-old man Aliyu Yahuza has just been reported dead after being shot in Katsina. The deceased was said to have consulted a native doctor and was given a bulletproof charm.
The herbalist, who was identified as Usman Saidu disclosed that his customer died after being shot with a dane gun. He was said to have drunk the bulletproof concoction given to him by the 42-year-old herbalist before being shot with a gun.
Late Yahuza was assured by the herbalist that he would not die before drinking the bulletproof charm.
Punch reports that the herbalist has been arrested and charged with criminal conspiracy and culpable murder. He will be held in prison till February 22, when the magistrate court will reopen his case file.
According to the police prosecutor, Inspector Sani Ado, he disclosed that: “Saidu was given a dane gun to test the reliability of the charm, but when he fired a shot at Yahuza’s chest, he fell down and died on the spot. The victim was taken to the General Hospital, Dustinma, where he was confirmed dead by doctors.”
NAIJ.com earlier reported that 18-year-old Chibuzor Igwe, who is the one of the five Badoo cult suspects paraded on Thursday, January 4, at the Lagos state police command headquarters in Ikeja said he was tricked into joining Badoo cult.
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