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Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

- A Nigerian guy identified as Oluwa Success was killed by some cultists in Ghana

- The deceased was popularly known as Gbaja Marine and reportedly belonged to a cult group

Oluwa Success, a Nigerian guy popularly known as Gbaja Marine, was reportedly killed by some rival cultists in Ghana last month. The deceased himself was said to belong to Eiye confraternity. Members of Vikings confraternity took down the Eiye cultist by stabbing him to death.

Gbaja was finally laid to rest in Sapele area of Delta state. His friends and family members were present to pay him their last respect.

From the pictures posted, it does seem as if the entire street was taken over as mourners filled everywhere in black.

Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

Gbaja Marine, the young Nigerian guy killed by cultists.

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Check out more pictures of the burial below:

1. Interment

Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

2. Gbaja Marine

Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

3. Burial procession

Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

4. Mourners

Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

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5. Sad

Photos from the burial of “Gbaja Marine”, the Nigerian cultist who was killed in Ghana

May his soul rest in perfect peace.

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