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Sunday, July 3, 2022

Police Arrest Three For Rape, Initiating Girl Into Eiye Cult





The Daily Crucible | Sunday, July 3, 2022

Police operatives in Ogun State have arrested three young men for initiating a teenage girl into Eiye cult group after they had gang raped her.

The Police identified the suspects as Daniel Njoku a.k.a Agege, Damilare Ogundiran and Adebayo Olamilekan. 

The three suspected members of the dreaded Eiye confraternity were nabbed on June 30 after the mother of the girl had reported the alleged crime at Ajuwon police divisional headquarters in Ifo Local Government Area of the state.

The Police Spokesperson for Ogun State Police Command,  Abimbola Oyeyemi disclosed this on Sunday, saying the woman sent her 15 years old daughter on an errand at Akute Odo area, but was waylaid on the way road by Daniel Njoku.

According to Oyeyemi, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Njoku dragged her to his gang at their hideout where the young girl was gang raped, beaten and afterwards, initiated into Eiye cult group.

The Police Spokesperson stated: "A mother of the 15 years old girl reported that she she sent her daughter on an errand at Akute Odo area, but was the girl waylaid on the road by Daniel Njoku, who forcefully took her to his gang at their hideout where the young girl was gang raped, beaten and forcefully initiated into Eiye cult group.

"The complainant explained that, her daughter was threatened by the suspects that she will be killed if she dare inform anybody about the incident. Upon the report, the DPO Ajuwon division, SP Andrew Akinseye detailed his detectives to go after the hoodlums.

"The team, acting on a credible intelligence located the hideout of the group at Akute Odo area, stormed the place and succeeded in arresting three members of the gang.

"The suspects have confessed to the commission of the crime, they informed the police that they were desperately looking for more members to join their group especially female members, and that was what prompted them to do what they did.

"Meanwhile, the commissioner of police, CP Lanre Bankole, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspects to anti - cultists section of the state criminal investigation department for discreet investigation."




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