Suspected ritualists appease the gods with bundles of cash after offering sacrifice (Video)
A group of suspected ritualists have been captured on tape appeasing the gods at a local river with abundant supply of money.
There were no less than three big boys who visited the body of water to offer sacrifice to the supernatural being that apparently gave them their wealth.
In a trending video, a calabash could be seen on the water with some unidentified substances inside, while the young men stood on a boat.
During the propitiation exercise, the big boys sprayed wads of cash endlessly into the water, while one of them jumped in eventually.
Also, a soundtrack that explains they do blood money was being played in the background while the exercise took place.
Watch the video below:
Meanwhile, CorrectNG reported how a kidnap victim identified as Lucy Jeremiah displayed uncommon bravery by escaping from the hideout her abductors kept her in the bush.
The woman, who was traveling in a vehicle to Jos, Plateau State had been abducted by a nine-man kidnap gang.
A female traveller narrated how she wrestled the gunmen to escape from the bush where she was held captive.
The kidnappers abducted Jeremiah and three other victims while they were travelling from Abuja to Plateau on Thursday.
Plateau State Police Command spokesperson, Alabo Alfred, confirmed the incident, and disclosed that all rescued victims had been taken to a hospital for treatment.
Lucy, who narrated the story while still traumatised, said as they went deep into the forest, she came up with an escape plan, but the others were afraid.
She said; “What happened was that we were coming back from Abuja to Jos in a vehicle last Thursday. On getting to the Government Science School, Kuru, in the Jos South LGA of Plateau State around 6pm, though I was sleeping in the vehicle, I woke up when the vehicle suddenly stopped. When I woke up, I saw a man wielding a gun. He opened the door and said we should give him our phones.
“He collected all our phones and money. He thereafter selected four of us in the vehicle and marched us into the bush. The kidnappers, numbering nine, asked us to call our parents on phone and demanded N5m each. After we made the calls, they took us farther into the bush and out of the four persons, I was the only female among them.
“They said they could not do anything because they were not with any weapon to fight the kidnappers, who were with a gun, a knife and other weapons. By this time, some of the kidnappers, who were initially nine, had left, leaving four of them with us. As we marched deeper into the bush, two of the four kidnappers were trailing behind, while two others with the gun and knife were leading us in front.
“At this time, I told my co-traveller victims that we should do something and that I will not follow the kidnappers any farther into the bush to wherever they were taking us to and that God would be in control. I also told them what to do as I suggested to them that I would be the first person to grab the kidnapper carrying the gun while they should come to my assistance if anything happened and that was what I did.
“So, when I grabbed the kidnapper with the gun, the other kidnapper holding a knife rushed forward and wanted to stab me in the stomach. But as I turned, he missed his target ….”