The girl who made headlines weeks ago after some cultists brutalized her has come up to narrate her experience and to let people know that she is not dead.
Perry made a TikTok video with a cult song owned by the Black Axe group. After she posted the video, a group of Black Axe cultists lured her into a corner, abducted her and then proceeded to dehumanise her.
In the new video, which was an interview with Human Rights activist, Israel Joe, Perry narrated how the events happened.
She also got emotional and cried and asked Nigerians to help her because she wanted to leave Edo state.
“I was beaten and humiliated by some cultist boys in Benin and it happened recently. It was a shock to me actually and it was because they said I did a video and the video was their song. So, they confronted me because I used that song and they said: Why should I use their cultist song to do a video on Tiktok.”
“The song was on Tiktok. I saw it on the internet as the song is already recorded there. It was just for me to display on it to gain follower on Tiktok and to become popular, because I also saw people doing it and I was prompted to do mine too. So I didn’t do it because I was a cult member or I belong to any cult group,”
“They are 6 boys precisely, if I’m not making any mistake. Those boys that they caught, they’re the boys that tortured me. They picked me from a bar named Polingo in Benin. And they took me to sharp corner first of all. Then from there, I was surrounded by two other boys with the ones that came to call me.
“I need help because I’m still scared about everything. I don’t want much troubles. I just need help and support. I however need justice because what they did is a horrible and traumatising experience. Although I wasn’t r*ped, they beat me mercilessly and treated me like I wasn’t human………….”