27-Year Old Who Beheaded Pastor After Stealing From Him Says He Will Do it Again

A 27-year-old man, Cyril Ojar, who beheaded James Eni, a
pastor of an Evangelical church at Old Netim in Akamkpa Local Government Area
of Cross River State, has remained defiant, stating that he would do it again
if the same circumstance arose.
Cyril, who is in detention at the Cross River State Police
Command headquarters at Diamond Hill, told Vanguard that he was on a stroll
around the Pastor’s house, when the man got angry and chased him with a
The suspect said he over powered the pastor and chopped off
his head.

Cyril said: “I went to stroll near his house on Friday, but
there was nobody in the house. I went there again on Sunday afternoon and he
saw me and chased me. He cut me in the head with a machete.
“When he tried to cut me again, I wrestled with him and both
of us fell on the ground. I collected the knife and murdered him.”
Cyril, whose head had no mark of a machete cut, said he was
angry that the pastor wanted to kill him even after he had ran away from his
He said: “To teach the man a lesson, I killed him. In case
of next time, I will do it again.”
He’s a hardened criminal—Police
However,  Police
spokesman for Cross River Police Command, Hogan Bassey, disputed Cyril’s
account, stating that the suspect was a hardened criminal, who has been
breaking into houses in Old Netim.
Bassey said: “When he went to the pastor’s house to steal for
the second time, after he stole from the place the previous Friday, it angered
the pastor who chased him. But Cyril overpowered the man and cut off his head.”
He said after killing the pastor, Cyril escaped to Akwa Ibom
State, but was traced to his hideout by the police, who arrested and brought
him back to Akamkpa, where he committed the act and from there to the police
headquarters, where he was being detained.

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