AFRICA INSURANCE: In Benin,Man Shoots Friend Dead Testing ‘Bullet Proof Charm

Published 5 years ago by: laddia sofia
at 7-07-2014 10:53AM (5 years ago)

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A 25-year-old man simply identified as Osamame Isekhuere (aka Black Arrow) was weekend shot dead in Benin by his friend while trying to test the efficacy of  charms in his possession popularly known as ‘Africa Insurance’.

The shooting which occurred at the Oba market, at the centre of Benin metropolis forced many traders in the market to lock up their shops and run for their lives following riots occasioned by the killing.

Vanguard gathered that Osamame had asked one of his friends to shoot him to test a new charm that he had acquired against bullets after incising and rubbing the
charms on his body and he decided to test it with live bullets.

According to the source, Osamame first shot at his friend but the bullet did not penetrate but when the friend shot at Osamame on the chest, the charm failed.
Osamame was said to have died instantly.

His friends, who heard of the killing, burnt down a building where the said friend was living - a rented apartment.

Police spokesman, DSP Uwoh Noble, when contacted by Vanguard said he was yet to be briefed on the matter.