Police Discover Arms Cache In Enugu, Arrest Student Cultists

Police Discover Arms Cache In Enugu, Arrest Student Cultists

Police working with the special anti-robbery squad in Enugu state have been busy in the past few days.

Police Discover Arms Cache In Enugu, Arrest Student Cultists
Members of SARS

According to the Nigerian Pilot, SARS uncovered 187 rounds of .9mm live ammunitions and 10 live cartridges hidden in a black polythene bag inside a bush within Nwosu terrace axis of Ogui area of the state.

The operatives also arrested two student cultists who are members of different fraternities.

The police PR unit said a tip-off from an anonymous person led to the discovery of the ammunition. Police have begun full scale investigation to determine the owners of the weapons.

Also, SARS have arrested one Emmanuel Ugwu of Amuzam obeagu ugwuaji Enugu South local government area on suspicion of engaging in cult related activities.

The suspect is reported to be assisting the police in their investigations. He revealed he is a member of Bukinafaso confraternity, also known as atabo Bukinafaso.

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“I joined Bukinafaso confraternity in 2011 at Aba through a friend and later became the leader of the cult group also known as the capo,’’  he said.

Another cultist, Emmanuel Amegbo, a 20 year old under graduate of National Open University studying political science has also been arrested by SARS operatives.

Amegbo also known as CJ is said to be a member of JVC confraternity otherwise known as junior bagger cult. He hails from Amechi Uno in Awkunanaw area of the state.

Like previous arrests and discoveries, investigations have commenced in full scale.

Two weeks ago, SARS in Edo state arrested 11 people including four state government officials suspected to be leaders of different cult groups in the state.

Also, SARS in Lagos state arrested a former driver to ex- commissioner of police and assistant inspector of police on suspicions of being the leader of a gang of thieves that specialises in stealing exotic cars.

Source: Legit.ng

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