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Alleged threat to life: Lagos tenant flees Nigeria


Alleged threat to life: Lagos tenant flees Nigeria

Thirty-two-year old man, Remigius Mad­ueke Obinna, has al­legedly fled the country over threat by his landlord.
According to Obinna’s friend Ifeanyi Agwu, who raised the alarm, Remigius had been both a resident ten­ant and operator of a cosmetic shop at No. 20, Mohammed Street, Iyana Iba, a property owned by one Alfa Sule for over six years.
Agwu claimed that trouble started for Obinna when the landlord started persuading him to convert to Islamic re­ligion, while promising a lot of goodies should he heed his advice.
Alfa Sule’s efforts were said not to have yielded any posi­tive result in the conversion attempt as Obinna was re­ported to have bluntly resisted all the overtures.
His refusal did not go down well with Sule (the landlord) who vowed to make life un­bearable for Obinna in all ways.
It was gathered that Sule even boasted to deal diaboli­cally with Obinna in order to prove that he was indeed, an Alfa.
Shortly after Sule’s threat, Obinna alleged that he started seeing signs and encounters that proved to him that his life is no longer safe.
Agwu further explained that Alfa Sule allegedly made every effort to make his threat true on Obinna by putting charms at the front of Obin­na’s room and that of his cos­metic shop.
He further claimed that Sule had insisted that wher­ever Obinna might run to within Nigeria, he, Sule would continue to deal with him so long wind could blow there.
This threat forced Obinna to pack out of the house and decided to leave the coun­try on January 2015, even through illegal migration.- The Authority

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