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Suspected cultist dies during initiation in Lagos

An unidentified youth has lost his life shortly after being initiated into Eiye confraternity in Eginrin Depression area of Ikorodu, Lagos.

Soldier, two others wounded as Army, cultists’ clash in Lagos

A solder attached to the 174 Battalion, Ikorodu and two suspected members of the Eiye confraternity were injured during a clash between Nigerian Army operatives and cultists.

Nigerian Army arrests 23 suspected cultists, 15 pipeline vandals

The Nigerian Army said on Saturday that it arrested 23 suspected cultists, who were conducting physical training for new recruits, initiation, robbery and kidnapping.

Troops nab gunrunner, manufacturer in Abuja

Soldiers in Abuja have arrested a suspected gun-runner, identified as Mohammed Bello and an alleged illegal manufacturer, Dan Asabe Audu.

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