CULTISM AND DRUG ABUSE: Police Nab Four for Murder, Cultism in Ekiti
The police in Ekiti State have arrested four suspects for murder, cult activities, possession of cannabis and acts capable of causing breach of public peace.
The Commissioner of Police, Mr Asuquo Amba, said in Ado Ekiti on Monday that the suspects were arrested in different locations in Ado Ekiti and Oye Ekiti.
Amba said one of the suspects, 33-year-old Babalola Kazeem, whom he described as a member of the Supreme Eiye Confraternity, was arrested in Ado Ekiti for alleged involvement in the killing of one Soji at Orita Blessing area, Okeila, Ado Ekiti, sometime in December 2018, and Tope Gana at the Atikankan area, Ado Ekiti, in January 2019.
The police boss also said that Kazeem was one of the armed men, who shot at one Adebayo Adeola at the Yahooze barbershop at Okeila, Ado Ekiti, in 2018.
He added that the suspect had on May 28, 2019, also attacked a woman, whom he believed had evidence against him, stripped her naked and damaged her Itel phone in order to destroy evidence of his criminal antecedents.
Amba said two other suspects, one Richard and one Kayode, identified as members of the Aiye Confraternity, were arrested at Oye Ekiti for alleged conspiracy, cultism and conduct likely to cause breach of peace.
Source (Punch, Tuesday, June 11th, 2019.)