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In Lagos Police arrest cultists after killing 65yrs old woman during fracas

The deceased identified as Adejoke Adefuye she was burnt beyond recognition when her house was set ablaze during the fracas.

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The value placed on human life is becoming of no-value and the lust for power and peer pressure is gradually growing into a crescendo.

How else to better explain the deeds of seven arrested cultists who in the process of supremacy battle killed a 65-year-old woman. 

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According to reports by Punch Newpaper, the incident took place at 19, Oshinfolarin Street in Bariga, yesterday (January 23).

Members of Eiye confraternity had a clash with another rival cult group known as Aiye confraternity, it was a serious battle that led to the vandalization of parked vehicles along the road, and the lost two members of the Aiye confraternity known as Bobo and Abayomi Olubola.

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Confirming the incident by the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Dolapo Badmus, he issued a statement concerning the arrest of the cultist who were involved in the death of the deceased identified as Adejoke Adefuye, she was burnt beyond recognition when her house was set ablaze during the fracas.

Some equipment used by the cultist which includes power bikes, one live/expended cartridges and a tricycle were also confiscated by the police.

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Parading the suspected cultist identified as Afees Olaide Fagunwa, Nurudeen Lateef, Richard Ewa, Richard Abayomi, Mohammed Musa, Kayode Dada and Adams Adelakun.

The police have transferred them to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti.

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