Two dreaded cultists arrested in Ogun for forceful initiation of 21-yr OOU student - NIGERIAN NEWSORBIT


Monday, November 22, 2021

Two dreaded cultists arrested in Ogun for forceful initiation of 21-yr OOU student

Two suspected members of dreaded Eiye cult group, Owoseni Gbemisola and Ayo Ogunsola have been arrested by men of Ogun state police command for forcefully initiating a 21-yr old student (name withheld) of Olabisi Onabanjo University (OOU) Ago Iwoye into their group. 

The suspected cultists, according to statement from Police Public Relations Officer of the state command, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi were picked up last week Friday.

Owoseni and Ayo were said to have been arrested following a report by the 21-year-old student at Ago Iwoye Divisional headquarters of the Nigeria Police that he was lured to Ijebu Igbo by one Yemi Justice aka JP under the pretence of going for a job.

He had told police that on getting to Ijebu Igbo, the said Yemi alongside Owoseni Gbemisola and Ogunsola Ayo blindfolded him, beat him and forced him to be initiated into Eiye confraternity. 

Upon the report, the DPO Ago Iwoye Division, SP Noah Adekanye was said to have detailed his detectives to go after the suspects and bring them to book. 

The report has it that the detectives there and then embarked on intelligence surveillance for the suspects, and their efforts paid off when Owoseni Gbemisola was sighted in Ago Iwoye where he was still threatening to get back to the complainant in order to bring him to their fold either he likes or not. 

He was said to have been promptly arrested by the operatives who unknown to him were lurking around. His arrest was said to have led to the arrest of his accomplice, Ayo Ogunsola who was traced and apprehended in their hideout, while Yemi Justice who has since took to flight is being hunted for. 

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police, CP Lanre Bankole has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspects to state criminal investigation and intelligence department for discreet investigation, with the view to charge them to court as soon as possible. 

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