Jeoff Ovie, an 18-year-old boy secondary school student joined a cult group for protection and to avenge his sister’s death, who was killed by cultists at University of Port-Harcourt, Rivers State, over a relationship contest between two cultists of different groups.
Ovie, who comes from a poor background, said he needed power to protect his siblings since his parents are not well-to-do, saying the death of her sister was a great pain and loss to his parents because they put all their hope in her as the saviour of the house.
According to him, he doesn’t want to see his parents go through such grief again, or lose any of his siblings to cult activities, when he can protect them.
“I joined cult for vengeance, to protect my family and to have backup,” he said.
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