Rivers State: Person Arranged Before Magistrate Court in Obio-Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State for Alleged Invocation of Black Magic

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One BENJAMIN OWUBEKO has been arraigned before the Choba Magistrate Court in Obio-Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State for alleged invocation of black magic, also known as Juju, against eight people in Rumuolumeni community.

Our correspondent reports that OWUBEKO is standing trial for alleged felony alongside two others who are still on the run.
The accused persons are alleged to have summoned eight people before a deity known as Umuobi Urata over a land dispute.
But when the charges were read in court, the accused person pleaded not guilty and was granted bail by Chief Magistrate IBIERE JOHN.
The case was thereafter adjourned to 20th December for mention.
However, another accused person identified as GIFT KEREKA who was also brought to court, was not lucky to be granted bail.
KEREKA was ordered to be returned to prison custody following a six-count charge of murder, conspiracy and armed robbery.
KEREKA is alleged to have conspired with three others at large to beat up and rob one CHIBUEZE NWAFOR of a tricycle around Mgbuoba community in Obio-Akpor

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