Just in: Buhari's Aide Reacts as Police Arrest Nigerian Mafia Gang Members in Italy

Just in: Buhari's Aide Reacts as Police Arrest Nigerian Mafia Gang Members in Italy

- The Italian police are clamping down on cultism in all parts of the nation

- Most of those who have been arrested as members of a mafia gang are Nigerians

- In fact, the police recently nabbed not less than 30 Nigerian suspects said to be cultists

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The ugly and very shameful news of the arrest of Nigerian mafia gang members in Italy has been reported by the presidency.

Lauretta Onochie, a special assistant to President Muhammadu Buhari on social media, made this known on her Twitter page on Tuesday, April 27.

Just in: Buhari's Aide Reacts as Police Arrest Nigerian Mafia Gang Members in Italy
According to Onochie, the Nigerian suspects may face a lot of charges in an Italian court (Photo: Lauretta Onochie, @Koollife)
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Onochie revealed that the cultists, numbering about 30, were said to have been operating for the Nigerian Black Axe mafia syndicate.

Sheh said the suspects, according to the Italian police, may face 100 count charges when they are finally prosecuted.

Meanwhile, A Nigerian woman identified as Justin Enofe has advised people to desist from travelling to Europe through an illegal route.

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Speaking with Legit TV, Justin said she decided to embark on the journey to Libya for the purpose of migrating to Europe after losing her husband.

According to the mother of two, life became a living hell for her when she lost her husband and she saw someone who would later help her leave the shores of the country.

She said most people are deceived into travelling to Europe through Libya with the promise that it was very safe for them and that they would arrive within two weeks.

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Justin stated that the survival chances of anyone who travels via that route are 30%, and the chances of dying on the road are 70%.

The woman disclosed that Nigerian ladies are being sold in Libya to be used for prostitution.

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According to Justin, some people died on their unsuccessful journey to Italy and she was part of those that survived.

She said she spent three weeks in the Sahara Desert, adding that what she experienced could be likened to a war.

Source: Legit Newspaper

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