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Lagos Police Arrests 11 Secondary School Students For Cultism




Operatives of the Lagos state Neighbourhoood Safety Corps, LNSC has arrested 11 secondary school students suspected to be cultists. This was disclosed by CSP Adekunle Omisankin, the Divisional Police Officer of Olosan Police station.

According to Omisankin, the suspects who have been in operation since 2013 operating as students between 17 and 18 years old, all belonged to the ‘Gang Star’ cult and fingered to be terrorizing members of the public with dangerous weapons.

“One student-suspect was brought to our station by LNSC on Friday. Our investigation led to the arrest of 10 other students, including a female student,” Omisankin said.

The spokesman for the Lagos Neighborhood Safety Corps, LNSC, Adewale Afolabi, said that they had also arrested a JSS3 student, who was allegedly terrorising members of the public with dangerous weapons such as knives and machetes.

Afolabi said that the suspect, who resides at 243, Agege Motor Road, Ojuwoye in Mushin, Lagos Mainland, was alleged to be a student of a secondary school in Igbo Owu, Kwara.

“He had been terrorising the people and students of the area. The LNSC operational team arrested the suspect following intelligence information from the public. He confessed to the crime and also exposed his 16-member gang by giving their names and their hideouts to the LNSC.” Afolabi said that the suspect had been transferred to the Olosan Police Station, Mushin for further investigation.

Source: http://www.GistMore.com/lagos-police-arrests-11-secondary-school-students-cultism

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