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Apostle Suleman to give N1m to anyone with information that will lead to the arrest of the killer of Uwa Omozuwa



The founder of Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, The Restoration Apostle (Prof) Johnson Suleman has pledged the sum of one million naira to anyone with useful information that will lead to the arrest of the killer of 22-year old Uwaila Omozuwa.

Late Uwa Omozuwa

The fiery man of God made this known via twitter this evening. Late Miss Uwa, an undergraduate of the University of Benin was raped, brutalized and killed by yet to be identified person(s)

Late Uwa

On May 27th, she had gone to a place in Benin where she normally visit to read to kill boredom since ASUU is on strike and that favourite reading hangout was  RCCG parish, Edo Province 10, Ikpoba Hill, Benin only for her to die later.

Apostle Johnson Suleman

Recall that Apostle Suleman spoke with Gov Godwin Obaseki of Edo State and pledged his commitment towards finding justice for the deceased.

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Police in Italy arrests 15 cult members after a tip-off



About 15 Nigerians said to be members of the ‘Eiye’ confraternity have been arrested in a raid dubbed “Pesha”, conducted by the Italian police on Tuesday, July 21. 

The Italian police which said that the Nigerian cultists had roots in Nigeria and have series of international contacts in France, Germany, Belgium, Sweden and other European countries, also disclosed that they were arrested following a tip-off by a disgruntled member of the group who was brutalised after violating some of cult codes. 

The statement partly read;

“The 15 people detained by order of the L’Aquila District Anti-Mafia Directorate are of Nigerian nationality.

“All those arrested belong to the “Pesha” cell which had its influence on the entire Adriatic coastal area from Teramo to Ancona.

“The number of crimes committed by members of the mafia organization is impressive: money laundering and illegal financial intermediation towards Nigeria; trafficking in young women sexually exploited along the Bonifica del Tronto road and subjected to violence and harassment; drug supply; violent crimes against members of other groups or punitive towards other compatriots.”

The suspects are currently being detained at the police headquarters in Teramo and would be prosecuted.

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