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Anti-cultism war: Gov Wike leads security agencies to demolish more hideouts

Nyesom Wike

IN continuation  of  the  anti-cultism war of the Rivers State government, Governor Nyesom Wike on Saturday  led security  agencies  to  root out cultists and kidnappers at the Eagle Island neighbourhood of Port Harcourt.

The  governor and the  Rivers State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Foluso, Adebanjo supervised the demolition of two deadly cultists camps in the area.

One of the camps was located behind the Redeemed Church and the other camp  was known as Andoni camp.

Governor Wike announced that a police station would be built on the cultists’ camp site behind the  Redeemed Church,  while a community  hospital would be built at the site of the demolished  Andoni camp.

Addressing journalists  after the security operation, Governor  Wike  said  that  the  entire cultists’ hideouts  in the area would be  demolished so that law abiding residents would live peacefully.

He noted that the war against  cultists  and  kidnappers would be sustained to ensure that people carry out their lawful businesses  without molestation.

The governor  called on residents  to always avail the security  agencies of necessary  information  on  the  hideouts  of criminals for action to be taken against  them.