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Jungle Justice: Suspected rapist caught & burnt in the presence of police in Ughelli, Delta Stat

“Is Nigeria finally turning to a failed state ? If police could be standing where the scene happened and could not stop the jungle justice being carried out, then Nigeria is a complete failed state’ according to an onlooker. he said” in a working or functional state, the suspect should be tried and if found guilty of offense, the he or she would be sentenced to death or jail. ‘Why take laws into your hands” said another onlooker”

 

The Suspected rapist and ritualist that had been allegedly terrorizing Ughelli, Delta State, finally caught and burnt

In what is gradually turning Ughelli, Delta State, into a town of rapists, barely five days after a sales girl was raped and bludgeoned to death at Afiesere community, another sales girl, identified as Charity, was raped and then beaten with a mallet, on Monday, .

The incident occurred inside a shop were the victim sells fish feeds at Ekuigbo, Ughelli. Monday’s case was the third in five days after the wife of a popular hotelier was attacked and raped inside her shop along Ekerejebor Road, Ughelli, last Friday.

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