- Popular Nigerian rapper, Vector, has taken to social media to speak on cultism
- The rapper lambasted those cultists whose orientation is to kill other cultists like them
- According to Vector, these kinds of cultists are fools because they pledged themselves to fight corrupt men who influenced authority to their will
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The Nigerian society has a number of ills and one of them is the prevalence of cultism among youths, especially in universities.
It is generally believed that cultism started in universities as a good cause but that it spiralled out of control and became a means to intimidate and attack helpless people.
Just recently, talented Nigerian rapper, Vector, took to his social media pages to speak on cultism and those involved in it.
According to the rapper, those cultists whose orientation is to kill other cultists like themselves are fools.
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Vector said that cultists pledged themselves to fight against corrupt men who used their power and authority to do what they please.
The rapper then reiterated that if their motive is to attack other people like themselves then they are fools.
See his tweet below:
In an Instagram post, Vector also shared a screenshot of his tweet and wrote:
“E no pass like that. That is if Africa must be free o. Let all strong men be mentally strong too.
EQUALITY AND JUSTICE FOR ALL. ALL!”
A few months ago, Legit.ng had reported on how an SUG president and another student of Federal Polytechnic Ilaro were arrested in their full cultist regalia during an initiation meeting.
According to reports from Channels TV, the duo was apprehended in their full black axe regalia during an initiation ceremony for new members.
The Police public relations officer of the state said that the students were arrested after the police received information from members of the public about a group of people in the bush suspected to be cultists trying to initiate members.
Reacting to the report, the institution through a statement issued by the deputy registrar public relations, Sola Abiola, revealed that the SUG president and the other student have been suspended.
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