Huge crowd storm junction where victim of ritualsit vomits N500 notes in Delta state (photos)

The tribune reports that the strange happening occurred on Sunday morning, December 23, when a lady simply identified as Taiye, vomited N500 denominations at a building beside JJC Junction along Effurun – Sapele road, Uvwie local government area of the state.

The girl vomiting money beside her guardian

The newspaper states that a large crowd gathered at the scene of the incident to witness the strange display.

screenshot of the vomited N500 notes

Meanwhile, the prevalent reports of ritualists, also known as ‘Yahoo plus’, stealing female underwear, sometimes at gunpoint, particularly around campuses of tertiary institutions in Delta state, are causing fear and panic among women, particularly female students, in the state.

It was gathered that the underwear of girls and women, particularly of ages between 14 and 35, are allegedly considered as ‘hot cakes’ for use by the ritualists. A report by The Punch states that amidst the ensuing panic, many ladies in the affected areas in Delta have been devising ways to safeguard themselves against danger.

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Used pants, according to some students at Asaba campus of the Delta State University, sells for as much as N350,000, with some adding that the price can be higher if it is confirmed to have body fluids.

According to the newspaper, one of the measures being used by female students at the campus to protect themselves is to go out without wearing pants. For instance, a student of the school, who lives outside the school campus and who only identified herself as Esther, said three of her friends had started employing the strategy of going out without wearing pants.

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