Police arrest three suspected cultists in Warri

Operatives of the Delta State Police Command have arrested three suspects armed with a shotgun and cartridges in Warri.

The three arrested suspects include Chukwuma Owoh, 26, Ediri Ogendengbe, 32, and Alfred Kess, 38.

In a statement issued by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Bright Edafe, he said one of the suspects, Chukwuma Owoh, had confessed that he bought the gun from one Haruna of Hausa Quarters, Warri, adding that he was on his way to Pessu in search of some Aiye confraternity cult members who attacked his younger sister.

“The suspects are currently in custody and investigation is ongoing.

“CP Ari Muhammed Ali while urging officers and men of the command to sustain the tempo also admonished them to be polite and civil to members of the public while on duty as incivility to members of the public will not be tolerated under his watch,” DSP Edafe further disclosed.

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Police arrest three suspected cultists in Warri

Police arrest three suspected cultists in Warri


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