BUSTED!! See How 10 Students Were Nabbed By The Police During Initiation Into Cult – Daily Parrots Nigeria

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In a bid to clear the society off illegal acts, the Oyo State Police Command has arrested 13 suspected cultists, comprising 10 students of tertiary institutions, one bricklayer, one trailer motorboy and a marijuana seller for cultism during initiation of new members in Saki, Oke-Ogun axis of the state.

 

 

They were among the 30 suspects paraded by the Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr. Shina Olukolu, at Eleyele, Ibadan. The items recovered from the suspects included 3, 519 ammunition, two arms, 24 bags of corn, 20 telephone handsets, two cutlasses, three knives, one sledge hammer, and weeds suspected to be Indian hemp, and foreign currency among others.

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Olukolu gave the names of the suspected cultists as Aremu Ayodele, 21, of Computer Science National Diploma II, The Polytechnic Ibadan; Adebayo Emmanuel, 23, of Political Science Department, University of Ibadan; Precious Ebuka, 21, of Agricultural Economic Department, Landmark University, Omu-Aran, Kwara State; and Busari Hammed, 27, of Business Administration Department, National Open University (NOUN).

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Six purported students of Oke-Ogun Polytechnic, namely Raheem Jamiu, 21, of Accountancy ND II; Adeniran Oluwasegun, 21, of Business Administration ND II; Olatunji Kehinde, 22, of Public Administation, HND I; Akinola Tola, 23, of Accountancy HND I; Kolapo Israel, 21, of Public Administation HND II; and Koleoso Samson, 23, of Agricultural Engineering, ND II.

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The three non-students among them are Yekini Kazeem, 23, alleged dealer on trailer parts and weeds; Oyesoro Damilola, 25, a trailer motorboy; and Sanusi Mutiu, 23, who is said to be a bricklayer.

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The Commissioner of Police during the parade, disclosed “On May 1, 2019, at about 17:30hours, information was received at Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) operational base, Saki that some members of a notorious secret confraternity, who have been inflicting various acts of violence and nefarious criminal activities on members of the public in Saki town and other areas in Oke Ogun axis of Oyo State, were sighted in their hideout beside Nighles Hotel in Saki.

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“They had gathered to initiate new members into the secret confraternity. Based on this credible information, a team of SARS operatives headed by Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP), Olusola Aremu, was quickly drafted to the area and in the process, 10 members of the cult group, who confessed to be members of Eiye Confraternity were arrested. Three other members of the group who managed to escape were later arrested in Ibadan.”

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One of the suspects, identified as Olatunji Kehinde, revealed “I am a cultist. We were having a meeting when we were arrested. It is not true that we wanted to do initiation when we were arrested because everybody at the meeting was already initiated. We all belong to Eiye Confraternity. I joined the group last year.”

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Items recovered from the suspected cultists included a Jack knife, a live cartridge, two black caps, criminal charms and weeds suspected of being Indian hemp. The state police boss said that the investigation was still ongoing to arrest other fleeing group members

 

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