Four Secondary School Students Arrested For Cultism, Rape In Ogun

Four Secondary School Students Arrested For Cultism, Rape In Ogun

The South West Security Outift code-named Amotekum corps in Ikenne Local government Of Ogun state have arrested four Secondary school-leavers for rape and cult related offenses.

The Amotekun Commander in Ogun State, David Akinremi, in a press release issued in Abeokuta, the state capital, said the four suspects are members of a notorious cult group known as Ajagbe Youngest Nation (AYN).

Commander Akinremi explained that the suspects who are between the ages of 17 and 20, were arrested on February 9, 2022, following a distress call received by Ikenne Command of the agency, that the cult group was terrorizing and disturbing the peace of Ajagbe High School, in Iperu Remo.

SEE ALSO: Students Beg FG, ASUU To Agree, End Strike

The Amotekun boss further stressed that the group, comprising of current and ex-students of Ajagbe High School were involved in raping innocent girls in the area.

He noted that, consequent upon the distress call, the Amotekun operatives busted their hideout during their weekly meeting and arrested Oregbesan Idris, 17 years and Abdul Toheeb 19 years.

He added that their confession during the interrogation led to the arrest of Esan Kazeem 20 years and Saka Sultan 17 years.

He, therefore, said the arrested suspects are being processed for transfer to the police for prosecution.

Click Here For Latest Updates On Telegram 👉 https://t.me/doreyepic

Source: Vanguard

 

Post a Comment

0 Comments

Latest Post

NECO Releases 2022 SSCE Results