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Police arrest seven suspected cultists in Lagos

At least seven people, including two females, have been arrested following incessant clashes between rival cult groups in Mushin area of Lagos.

Students protest in Osogbo, harass journalist

Students of tertiary institutions in Osun State on Monday went berserk and caused panic in Osogbo, capital of Osun State as they protested over the increment in their tuition fees.

Police nab 10 suspected cultists in Lagos

The Olosan Division of the Lagos State Police Command on Friday said it had arrested 10 suspected cultists terrorising the Mushin area of the state.

Secondary school students arrested for alleged cultism

The police and some members of the Lagos State Neighbourhood Safety Corps, LNSC, have arrested 11 secondary school students suspected to be cultists.

Another suspected ritual killers’ den uncovered in Lagos

Two people on Wednesday were killed by an irate mob in the Mushin area of Lagos State over suspicion of involvement in kidnappings and ritual killings.

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