Wages of Sin: Yahoo boy allegedly runs mad, confesses at father’s funeral

Wages of Sin: Yahoo boy allegedly runs mad, confesses at father’s funeral

A young man said to be a notorious Yahoo Plus ritualist has reportedly run mad after allegedly using his own father for money rituals in Benin City, Edo State.

According to Facebook user Okan Goodwill, the young man who reportedly bought his father a Lexus SUV some weeks before the father died, began exhibiting signs of madness during the funeral rites of the late father and began confessing of his deeds.

Goodwill who posted a video fo the incident on his Facebook wall, narrated that the Yahoo Plus boy went mad as the funeral rites for his father was being held and that he confessed to being the one who used the father for money riruals.

ALSO READ: “Yahoo Plus: Lady allegedly runs mad after being dropped from Lexus SUV (Video)”

Goodwill added that the alleged ritualist bought his father a Lexus Jeep which he drove for two weeks before he died in mysterious circumstances and that he had been seen spending lavishly at his father’s burial just before rumnning mad.

A post accompanying the video of the incident reads:

“Happening now live at Agbior Park, Ohovbe junction, Benin City. Yahoo boy bought a car for his father after two weeks his father died.

Here running mad and confessing on the people he has killed. Please, ladies be careful.”

Recall that a few days ago how some suspected Yahoo Plus suspects were caught in Delta State where they confessed to killing a student of the Delta State University, Abraka, Elozino Joshualia Ogege, and plucking out her eyes, tongue and removing her breasts.

ALSO READ: “Boy’s Remains Discovered After Ritual Slaughter”

Another female student of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba, Ondo State, identified as Blessing, reportedly ran mad after alighting from a Lexus SUV driven by some men suspected to be ritualists popularly called Yahoo Plus.

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Isaac Dachen is the Editor-In-Chief at Sabinews. He is a graduate of English and Public Relations. A social critic and political analyst, he is also a big, big Arsenal fan.
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