Police arrest cult suspect in Ogun

Police arrest cult suspect in Ogun

By Zuleihat Owuiye, Mamos Nigeria

The Ogun State Police Command has announced the arrest of one suspect, Afolabi Taiwo, a suspected cultist who was carrying out acts of terrorism in Abi-Oro community in Sango-Ota area of ​​the state.

The Command’s Public Relations Officer, Mr. Omolola Odutola, disclosed this in a statement on Friday.

Mr Odutola said Mr Taiwo was arrested after attempting to attack members of the community who had raised the alarm.

She said: “The Ogun State Police Command, as part of the command’s efforts to combat criminal activities in Sango-Ota, Ogun State, has carried out the arrest of a 23-year-old suspect, Afolabi Taiwo, from Abioro community, Sango-Ota.” Afolabi After attempting to commit the crime, he was arrested by the diligent officers of the Sango Police Station with the assistance of the Sosafe Squad.

“This incident occurred on November 1, 2023, when Afolabi jumped onto the complainant’s property on Abiolo Street. Fortunately, the quick action of the complainant who raised the alarm led to the neighbors This attracted the attention of Afolabi, who was arrested on the spot.” Efforts are currently underway to arrest additional members of the group.

“During subsequent interrogation, Afolabi confessed to being a member of the proscribed cult group Aye Brotherhood. He confessed that he joined the cult in Ajah, Lagos State in 2020. This disclosure “This is of critical importance as it will enable the police to gather further information and expedite efforts to arrest other members involved in Afolabi’s statement,” Ogun State Corps said.

“The joint actions of the police and the SoSafe Force are commendable in leading to the arrest of Mr. Afolabi and thwarting his criminal attempt.” The cooperation between these security agencies is essential to create a safe environment for residents. It is essential. Community is very important. This success should serve as a reminder to criminals that their actions will not go unpunished and that authorities are actively working to maintain law and order.

“Afolabi Taiwo’s arrest is just a step in the ongoing fight against crime. The Commissioner of Police, CP Alamutu, will continue to stop criminal activities and hunt criminals, especially now that the Christmas season is approaching.” Therefore, the death of a cult member who refuses to leave will have grave consequences,” Odutola concluded.

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