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Physically challenged mother renounce cultism



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A 30-year-old physically challenged singled mother, Nnena Nwamuru, on Friday renounced her membership of Iceland Cult group.

Nwamuru told the News Agency of Nigeria after she renounced her membership of Iceland, in Uberi, Omuma Local Government Area of Rivers, that she joined the cult group in 2006.

She said that the amnesty offered by the Rivers government to cultists was an opportunity for her to further her education to tertiary level.

“I wish to go to school. I want the Rivers government to assist me to further my education because I am tired of the kind of life I am living.

“I am very happy that today we are out from the bush to live a new life. I thank the Rivers government for this opportunity,” she said.

Nwamuru said she joined iceland to get money to feed herself by supplying hard drugs to the gang but regretted that it brought more pains to her life.

“My role is to get Indian hemp and supply the group and they pay me to survive. They can’t trust you and deal with you if you are not their member.

“So, I joined them and started supplying the dope. Sometimes, I do spy work and give them intelligence information, but sincerely our activities are ungodly,” she said.

The physically challenged single mother said that she gave birth to her son in June, 2008 and was abandoned by the father of the child.

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