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Underground Dungeon where Kidnapped Victims are Slaughtered Discovered …

An underground dungeon where hundreds of people have been butchered to death, has been discovered in Soka Area of Ibadan.
Street Journal’s findings revealed that the venue of the dastardly act was an abandoned building which has been found to belong to Constain Construction Company, the firm that handled the channelization of the Ogunpa river. The building is situated at the back of Macmillan Publishers factory along Lagos-Ibadan express-way.
Street Journal gathered that luck ran out of the kidnappers when commercial motorcyclists who were looking for their missing colleague that carried passenger to the place discovered his motorcycle inside Ogunpa river close to the dungeon. A search party was promptly organized and to their surprise, feeble voices were heard peading for water. This attracted the search party who later reported the incident at the nearest police station while the place was stormed by men of the Operation Burst security unit. Hundreds of people were rescued with some of them almost like living skeletons. Street Journal gathered that none of them could stand. It was a total gory sight, which led to the inference that some of the victims might have being there for up to 3 to 4 years. Lots of ATM cards, human skulls, body parts, keys, ammunitions and other dangerous weapons were found at the scene. However, all the victims were evacuated by the police men for necessary treatment and investigations

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