The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, has said that four suspected cultists belonging to the Aiye Confraternity were arrested during the 7/7 annual celebration of the fraternity in the Ajah and Ogombo areas of the state.
The State Police Command has said in a statement on Thursday that in furtherance of the command’s repeated warnings against the Neo Black Movement of Africa, aka Black Axe 7/7 annual celebration, slated for July 7, 2021, the police operatives attached to Area “J”, Ajah and Ogombo Divisions in Lagos arrested four suspected members of Aiye Confraternity.
He said, “The operatives attached to Area J, Ajah, while on routine stop and search, arrested two suspected cultists, Michael Abejoye, 23, and Olalekan Quasim, 43, at Eleko Junction, Ajah Area around 1.30pm, with the regalia of Aiye Confraternity.
“Similarly, the police operatives attached to Ogombo Division, arrested two suspected Aiye Confraternity members, one Andoh Kolawole, 25, and Oluwasegun Destiny, 28, on July 8, 2021, around 6.30am, in the Ogombo area of Lagos State.
“The state Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, has ordered that the suspects be transferred to the Command’s Strike Team, Ikeja, for proper investigation of their roles during the cult’s 7/7 annual celebration and possible prosecution, while he reiterated the command’s commitment to sustain its fight against cultism and other forms of criminality in the state.”
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