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Lagos police dare cultists to celebrate seventh day of the seventh month, 7/7
The Lagos State Police Command has dared cult groups – Aiye, Eiye, Black Axe, Buccaneers – serving notices to rival cult gangs in the neighbourhood to converge on Saturday 7/7 at locations and risk being arrested.
The police said it is is aware that 7th day of the 7th month is sacred to cult groups.
“It is a day to settle scores with rival cult groups and a day of outright brigandage,” Lagos police boss, Edgal Imohimi said.
“The police wish to warn that it would not compromise the city’s peace to the recklessness of any unlawful groups.”
The CP urged members of the public to blow the whistle on these brigands anywhere they are found converging, and advised parents to warn their children who are members of unlawful groups not only to renounce their membership but to denounce it in all its ramifications.
-Culed from Sunnews
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