5 Arrested By Delta State Police Operatives Over Alleged Cult Activities


The Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP Ari Muhammed Ali FCIA, PSC+ in his effort to bring crime to minimum level in the state has mandated his DPOs to embark on continuous raiding of criminal hide out in a bid to nip crime in the bud and ensure that all Deltans sleep with their two eyes closed. This was disclosed by the Delta State Police Public Relations Officer DSP Edafe Bright to Hybrid Online News Nigeria.

Sequel to the cult clash that led to the killing of some alleged cult members some time ago in Otu-Jeremi, ordered that the Divisional Police Officer Otu-Jeremi Division must fish out those suspects involved and bring them to book, the Divisional Police Officer.

In addition, SP Pius Eredei in compliance has been on the lookout, and after due intelligence gathering acted on a tip off and has arrested one Michael Oghorume ‘male’ 19yrs who allegedly murdered one Timaya surname unknown and also suspected to be a member of dominion confraternity cult was arrested at Eyara community in Otu-Jeremi.

Edafe stated that the suspect made useful statement which led to the arrest of one Timothy Samuel ‘male’ 20 years of Eyara community and three (3) others and exhibit recovered from them includes one double barrel cut to size gun, some rolls of electric cable wire and one cutlass.

The commissioner of police urge members of the public to continue to support the command like they have been doing by giving useful information to the police that will help in policing the state, and the police in return will ensure that they are protected. DPOs also have key into the desire of the commissioner of police, they have been on their toes while carrying out these directive to the latter.

“Information revealed that a group of suspected cultist was seen gathered within Pessu community.

The commissioner of police has ordered that the suspects and exhibit be transferred to SCID for further investigation. Meanwhile Manhunt for other cult members terrorizing the community is ongoing.