Friday, 28 October 2016

Suspected wizard rescue by two men, claim it's family affair

A wizard accidentally crashed into ajogodo river, sapele, delta state on Oct 27 due to shortage of fuel in his supposedly 'private jet-coven'. 

According to Vanguard, two men came yesterday and pleaded with restless residents, who wanted to set him ablaze, saying; “we are from Idjerhe (Jesse) in Ethiope West LGA of Delta State. He is our brother.

He is a driver by profession and plies daily his taxi along the Benin/Sapele dual carriage way. He lives in Benin mostly. We heard about the incident through the news making the round. We came here to confirm it and it is true. Please we want you people to release him for us to take him home, because he now appears very weak.” 


The family members, believed to be in their 60s, refused to disclose their names and also state the man’s marital status. They maintained

“this is our private family affair. We are not going to tell you people any more information about our brother.” They reportedly zoomed off with him in an ash-coloured Toyota Camry car without number plates, at about 10a.m.

The self-confessed wizard was heard saying “I was not alone on the journey. There were others with their private jets, but luck ran against me when my fuel finished. The others are in UK now.”

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