Worry as Native Doctors cast spell to protect Yahaya Bellow from EFCC arrest [video]

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A combo of men have been spotted casting a spell to protect former Kogi Governor  Yahaya Bello from arrest by the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC.

In a trending video online, two men could be seen with an assortment of items including the portrait of the former Governor as they prayed for him.

They stated that as long as the Rivers Benue and  Niger meet at Kogi, then the EFCC would never catch and arrest Bello. They carried out rituals to back up the chant.

Recall Yahaya Bello was declared wanted by the EFCC and is currently on the run from the authorities over allegations of monkey laundering and widespread fraud while in office.


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