By Frank Oshanugor
Police Commissioner, Delta State, Ari Mohammed Ali, has charged parents in the state to seriously call their children to order as any one caught in cult related activities would henceforth not be spared.
The police boss gave this order sequel to the arrest of suspected members of Aiye Confraternity; an outlawed group that chose 7th July of every year to mark its day.
Police sources said that in spite of earlier warnings for the Aiye cult not to mark the day, some of their members chose to disobediently parade themselves thus leading to the arrest of one Oghenewaro Bebe 21years of No. 22 of Ughoton area in Okpe Local Government Area in a full regalia of Aiye Black Axe confraternity.
The suspect confessed to be a member of the cult group.
He led the team to a bush bar at Jeddo which was their meeting point.
At the bush bar one live silver like 7.63mm ammunition was recovered.
Suspect further led the police to Ughoton community where one of the top leaders of the confraternity Oritsetusem Fenemigho 29years was residing. He was arrested along with the other members of the cult in the same apartment.
They include Weyinmi Onomakponi 35years, Emmanuel Edah 27years, Osaro Etiosa 23years, Oshef Benji 27years, Confidence Sunday 18yrs, Akintemeyin James 18years, Hope Agbogidi ‘f’ 25yeears.
The following exhibits were recovered in the apartment: Two (2) locally made pistol, one (1) battles axe, one (1) long cutlass, five (5) customized Aiye pillows, one (1) customized center table with Aiye logo, one (1) AK 47 expended ammunition, necklace used as body protection charm, two (2) HP Laptop, six (6) iphones, two (2) suspected stolen Lexus car keys, one (1) original and a duplicate copy.
The said Oritseusen Fenemigho equally led the team to Idimi Osobo under Okere Urhobo where they recovered the suspected stolen car.
Delta Police spokesman, DSP Bright Edafe in confirming the story said investigation into the incident was still going on.
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