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Despite clampdown, Badoo kills two lovers in Ojodu Berger

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Despite clampdown, Badoo still kills lovers in Ojodu Berger

Two lovers in Ojodu Berger has been killed by people believed to be the dreaded rampaging cult group in Lagos and Ogun states, Badoo.

The lovers were reportedly murdered in the early hours of Friday, with their heads gruesomely smashed.

It was a bad experience for the residents of Hassan Abiodun Street, off Ojodu Berger, in Ifo Local Government Area of the Ogun State, where the victims resided.

The neighbours of the lovers who reside in a storey building wept uncontrollably as policemen from Ojodu Abiodun Division picked up the remains of the deceased and transferred them to Sagamu General Hospital.

The incident was said to have happened at a location just a stone throw from a police station and despite the heavy presence of vigilantes on the street every night.

Read also : BADOO CULT: Ikorodu residents in fear as restless youths vandalise properties

The menace of Badoo in Ikorodu area of Lagos State and its neighbouring Ogun State area has become a nightmare to the people of the area.

While the cult group has grusomely murdered many residents of the area, many of them have equally been lynched by the angry residents.

Police had also arrested a good number of suspects linked to the group.

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