Saturday August 15, 2020

‘Cult’ Nigerian loses deportation appeal

A Nigerian who sought asylum in Ireland, claiming his elder brother was killed in a sacrifice by his father, has lost his High Court appeal against deportation.

8th December, 2007

A Nigerian who sought asylum in Ireland, claiming his elder brother was killed in a sacrifice by his father, has lost his High Court appeal against deportation.

KM, who is 37, claimed that his father - who died 22 years ago - was the elder of the Osugbo cult which practises ritual human sacrifice. He said his father had sacrificed KM’s older brother when he was initiated into the cult.

KM said he had known...

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