A Nigerian child was killed during a 'bullet-proof' charm test.


A Nigerian child was killed during a 'bullet-proof' charm test.
According to authorities, a Nigerian child was slain by his brother as he tested a brand-new "bullet-proof" charm.

According to Kwara state police, the two thought they had "protected themselves with the protecting charm."

Abubakar Abubakar allegedly used their father's weapon to shoot at his 12-year-old younger brother Yusuf. Currently, police are seeking for the alleged murderer.

Despite the lack of proof, some people in Nigeria who wish protection from ill luck utilize charms.

People have reportedly died after using "bullet-proof" charms and medications, according to numerous stories.

Why the two brothers traveled to acquire protection is unknown.

After the shooting, Yusuf Abubakar is alleged to have passed away there, but his older brother managed to flee into the bushes, according to authorities.

The two brothers were a hunter's offspring.

Police have advised parents to "watch their children's activities and avoid engaging in certain objectionable behaviors."


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