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Graphic Photo: Four Young Men Stripped and Brutally Murdered in Okposi, Ebonyi State

The corpses of the young men displayed
  
Four young men have been brutally murdered for an unknown cause by yet to be identified assailants.
Four boys were allegedly murdered by unknown gunmen on Wednesday morning in Ebonyi State according to reports from a social media user based in the South-eastern part of Nigeria.
 
Two of the victims hailed from Okposi community while two others hailed from Ogbidi community.
 
The victims’ names were given as; Okay and Innocent from Okposi, while Thankgod Igwe and Ochi Ojadi are from Ogbidi community.
 
Reports have it that the police is currently investigating the circumstances surrounding their death.

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