[PHOTOS] #OgunUnrest: Police parade 150 suspected cultists in Ifo

No fewer than 150 persons have been arrested by the Ogun State Police Command in connection with the unrest within the Agbado Ijaiye, Sango, Ijoko axis of the state.

Tribune Online recalled that the entire Ogun axis had been under siege since two rival cult groups engaged themselves in a bloody clash over supremacy battle.

Weapons recovered from the suspected persons
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This development had resulted in incidences of armed robbery and looting of shops in the affected areas, which had forced many landlords to become “emergency” security guards to protect lives and property.

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Suspects of the Ogun unrest
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Weapons recovered from the suspects in Ogun
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Suspects after being captured
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