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Frat Wars 2 dead, 10 injured in cult clashes

Two suspected cultists were killed and 10 others injured following clashes in Anambra State

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Cult wars keep claiming the lives of young Nigerians.

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Nkpor community in Anambra saw the death of two suspected cultists ad the injury of 10 other following a clash between groups on Saturday, NAN reports.

The Divisional Police Officer (DPO) incharge of Ogidi Divisional Police Headquarters, Hassan Musa, confirmed the incident in a telephone interview with pressmen.

Musa said that before the joint team of the Mobile policemen and the Police Anti-Cult Squad could reach the scene, along the Nkpor-Obosi Road, two unidentified people were already killed.

He, however, said that the bodies of the deceased were taken away by their cult members to avoid identification and possible trace by the police, saying the police was investigating the incident.

An official of the Department of State Services, (DSS), who spoke on condition of anonymity, said that the bloody clash occurred between the Aiye confraternity and their Akpa rival.

The source hinted that the timely intervention of the police at the scene, however, prevented the situation from further degeneration as rival groups fled for fear of being apprehended and identified. “It is not possible to ascertain whether the deceased members and the injured ones were from only one cult group or from both sides. However, those whose members were killed ensured that they took their corpses away before the arrival of the Police Anti-cult Squad and Mobile police,’’ he said.

Reports say the cause of the clash was yet to be ascertained by the police, who are still investigation the incident.

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