Recall that for over five (5) days now, reactions have continued to trail the controversial circumstances that surrounded the death of the Benue wanted notorious gang leader, Terwase Agwaza, "Gana", who was killed by the Nigerian Army while on his way to Benue state government house at Gbese-Gboko-Makurdi road, on Tuesday.
Ealier on Tuesday, Gana had surrendered to the Benue state government in Katsina-Ala township stadium in Katsina Ala Local Government Area of Benue North by community leaders, following the amnesty programme by the state government but was killed while being conveyed to the government's house, where he was being awaited to be received by the state Governor, Samuel Ortom.
However, while making more revelations about the incident, another high ranking member of the criminal gang, who identfied himself Aondehemba, a.k.a. 'Major', revealed that the late criminal leader, "Gana", could have disappeared when the army stopped their convoy, but for the fact that he has handed over his power to the second-in-command, before leaving the bush.
According to thenation, he said: “I was among the five gang stars that disappeared in the convoy when the army stopped us in Gboko, our vehicle was following the official car of the Local government chairman that was conveying Gana to Makurdi
“Gana could not disappear because he had already handed over his powers to the second commander before embarking on that ill-fated journey to Makurdi.
Major added, and said: "Gana had super natural powers derived from his 12 years old daughter that he burried alive 11 years ago in his village in Gbitse, that is why he was very powerful, and those powers are still intact because he gave them to someone very close to him.”
Consequently, many Nigerians have alledged that Gana's death is a form of betrayal on the part of those who were involved.
However, do you think this is so, or it's a just a reward omfor his many criminal activities ?
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