A young boy from Akwa Ibom state has been left with severe burns after an alleged “spiritual attack” occurred, following a confession he reportedly made.

According to a Facebook user, Kuku Ikpidungise, the young boy whose name was not mentioned confessed to being a wizard and also reportedly said he was responsible for the death of his younger brother.

Ikpidungise said the little boy made this shocking confession in a church he was taking to by his mother and stepdad.

The Facebook user also claimed that when he was interviewed he said that the burns on him were inflicted by his late grandmother who appeared to him in his dream and told him to kill another sibling.

Ikpidungise wrote,

“This young Akwaibomite, a week ago was taken to a church at Ile-oluji, Okeigbo LGA of the state for prayers by his mum, bcos the stepdad was not comfortable with his strange attitude.

“During prayers,according to the source,he confessed being a witch n being responsible for the demise of his younger brother,by pushing him into the hot oil where he died of burns n that he was initiated by his father’s mom in the village,before joining his mother in her new husband’s house.

“His mom on hearing this, slapped him and other prayer warriors join in beating him up. The pastor of the church told them not to do so, but they won’t listen! three days after, the lad said he had a dream that the grandma came to him and confronted him and told him to present his immediate sibling.

“He refused despite her threat, she got angry and poured the substance on his back an although, the police arrested the pastor and five others, he still stood his grounds, that they’ve no hands in his ordeal.”

“It beats my imagination.weve interviewed him, he confirmed the substance was poured on him by the grandma in the dream. But the wounds on the hands was sustained in the church, during deliverance!!”

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