Gana got supernatural powers from burying his 12-yr-old daughter alive in his village ― Gang member

One of the gang members of late terror kingpin Gana, identified as Aondehemba has claimed that the late warlord got his power from burying his 12 years old daughter, 11 years ago in his village.

Speaking with The Nation, Aondehemba, also known as Major claimed that Gana had supernatural powers derived from burying his 12-year-old daughter alive 11 years ago in his Gbitse village.

“That was why he was very powerful. And those powers are still intact because he gave them to someone very close to him.

“The military got Gana easily because he came out of the forest. “Gana was in his village in Gbitse when he was declared wanted some years back, and each time the military went there to arrest him they were unable to identify him.

“Now Gana is no more but his spirit is still very much alive. He gave us a directive on what to do in case he died."

He also revealed that Gana accepted Christ just before his death.

Explaining how powerful Gana was and why he couldn’t possibly disappear before his death like some of them did, Major said: “I was among the five gang members that disappeared in the convoy when the army stopped us in Gboko. Our vehicle was behind 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 power to the second commander before embarking on that ill-fated journey to Makurdi.

“His intention was to come back from Makurdi and make sure that peace returned permanently in Sankera (Logo, Ukum, Katsina-Ala LGAs), and Suswam had assured him of full support.

“He had told us that one of the things he intended to do in Makurdi was to plead with Governor Ortom to forgive him and reassure him of peace in Benue.”


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