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Monday, 19 June 2017

A boy said this: “I can kill anybody” _ Says 11 Year Old Eiye Confraternity Member

The fresh news report as An 11-Year-Old Eiye confraternity member, Shanawole who smokes marijuana, gives chilling details of his actions in the dreaded cult group.

Video of the child-cultist was shared by Tony Rapu, medical practitioner and
a Pastor of This Present House, a popular church in Lekki, Lagos.
 
According to the video, the child was rescued from the streets during a recent God Bless Nigeria/Freedom Foundation rehabilitation mission.
The 11-year-old boy revealed that he belongs to Eiye confraternity and smokes marijuana as well.
 
He talked on how he deals with anyone messes with him or his group, adding that it’s his job to kill the person/hack the person down.
In his narration, the young lad stated that if anyone tries to fight them, he and his boys will hit the person very hard.
 
The young boy who also claimed to be robber – has been taken off the streets and is undergoing rehabilitation.
See video below:

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