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Painful Story Of How A Student Was Caught While Trying To Use His Friend For Alleged Sacrifice

There is a trending story that has virtually gone viral, where a certain male Student was caught while he was on the process of using his friend, for an alleged Sacrifice.

According to the information gathered, the painful incident occurred at the "Ekiti State University" "(EKSU)", where the student whose name was given as "Saheed Adeniran" was caught with some fetish items, and some other belongings which reportedly are times belonging to his roommate.

It was gathered through the trending video which has circulated across social media platforms, where "Saheed Adeniran" was been interrogated while another voice was heard on the background, Stating clearly that he was making plans with the fetish items to use his friend for money Rituals.

Meanwhile, it was discovered through the video footage where the young man knelt down, and kept pleading with his fellow students who caught him, not to post the video online, rather they should forgive him because she didn't know what actually came over him.

The world we live in today is full of atrocities and evil. A lot of our Young youths are massively going into money Rituals, and all sort of sacrifices just to make ends meet. It is pertinent to note that this was not the same path that our forefathers followed. The recent happening across the globe, is just a clear sign of the end time that the Bible talked about.

My advice to everyone reading this post is that, we all should be very careful with the Nature of people we call our friends. The days we are living in is full of evil, trust no one and always bear in mind that there's always a repercussion for every action we take here on Earth. Hustle genuinely and believe that you will make it in life without indulging in money Rituals.

Below are Photos gathered from the video footage:

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EKSU Ekiti State University Saheed Adeniran

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