DailyPost reports that the deceased identified as Ebuka Nwaigbo, a 300 level student of the department of estate management, and Samuel Ethelbert, 300 level student of the department of political science, were until their death living at Chi-Doo Lodge along the Uturu-Afikpo road. Their killers were said to be members of a rival cult group on a revenge mission for one of their members killed in February. “Last month, one Collins Agwu, a member of Burkinafaso, was gunned down by the Mafia. His colleagues (Burkinafaso) decided to retaliate by killing members of the Mafia. “That night they came to the lodge on four motorbikes carrying four persons each and they forced themselves in when one of the students living there came out to buy Indomie Noodles. They beheaded their targets while the third person, their visitor, was seriously wounded. “After killing them they carried their heads and bodies in a sack bag and took it to a playground where they (cult boys) normally play football near the school gate and mounted their heads as goalposts.” the source said. There has been a heavy police presence at the school since the incident occurred.The Abia state police public relations officer, Ezekiel Onyeke Udeviotu, who confirmed the incident, stated that the commissioner of police, Joshiak Habilah had directed the criminal investigation department to commence probe into the murder of the students. He urged members of the public to avail the force with useful information that could lead to the arrest and prosecution of the culprits. Meanwhile, the Orile Agege general hospital was on Sunday, February 14, invaded by cultists to disturb the treatment of an injured member of a rival gang, InsideMainland reports. The thugs who succeeded in scaring away the doctors and caregivers ensured the victim died in the hospital during the invasion.