Troops arrest Ghanaian high priest, gang members – Punch Newspapers

Umar Muhammed, Lafia

Four special forces commands in the House, in the local government area of ​​the Nasarawa State House, announced on Wednesday that they had arrested 75-year-old Ugbu Lorlumun suspected of being the chief priest of the late Commander Benue Terwase Akwaza, aka Ghana.

Ghana was arrested in September 2020 and killed by the SF command at the Home

At a media briefing on Wednesday, the commander of the 4 Special Forces Command, Major General Moundhey Ali, said the high priest was arrested along with one of his men called the “commander” when a raid was carried out on his shrine.

He said, “In Benue, we arrested the chief priest of the late criminal Terwase, called Ghana, and one of his men who summoned the commander and demolished the shrine. While another criminal, Paul Duguma died in Katsina Ala. “

In an exclusive interview with our correspondent shortly after the parade, the high priest said, “I have prepared charms for four members of Ghana’s gang. They came for the second time to prepare another charm for them that is disappearing and I asked what they need charms for. They threatened to beat me and I ran towards the bridge where the soldiers arrested me. “

But he also said another 41 gang members of the late Ghana had been arrested.

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