Police arrest five Adamawa varsity students for alleged cultism

In its resolve to rid the state of criminality, Adamawa State Police Command has nabbed five suspected cultists in Adamawa State University, Mubi.

A statement signed by the image-maker of the state police command, DSP Sulaiman Nguroje said: “Adamawa State police command has arrested five gang cultist members who specialise in cultism activities, initiating innocent students, attacking and inflicting various degree of injuries on innocent students.”

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According to the statement, those arrested included 26-year-old Okene Ebuka and 25-year-old John Alana, who belongs to Neo Black group.

Others are 21-year-old Usah Bitrus, 25-year-old Nehemiah Mathew and 22-year-old Beneath Mathew who belongs to Black Arrows group.

“The command equally recovered dangerous weapons including two pistols, cutlasses, knives, rings and charms from the suspects.

”The Command wishes to advise members of the public, particularly parents and school authorities, to keep monitoring the activities of their children and students and report to police any suspicious movement for immediate and necessary action,” the statement added.

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