SECURITY: Delta State CP Mohammed Ali Reaffirms Commitment To Root Out Corruption In The State.


The Delta State Commissioner of Police, CP Mohammed Ari Ali led his Operatives on a massive clamp down on criminal elements in the State with the arrest of no fewer than 30 suspected cultists in various operations at the weekend.

Hybrid Online News Nigeria reported recently that while acting on a squealed information, the Commander, State Anti-Cultism Unit (SACU), Igbaji Christopher, a Superintendent of Police despatched some operatives of his Unit to raid a notorious cultists’ hideout at Oghara during which operation 15 suspects were arrested with substance suspected to be Cocaine found on them.

In the same manner, the Oghara incident, another batch of 16 suspected cultists were arrested few minutes to their initiation. It was reliably gathered that the 15 male suspects and one female all belonging to the Aye Confraternity were taken to Okpanam for initiation at night, but were unfortunately arrested by operatives of the Special Anti-Cultism Unit who had laid ambush for them based on a tip off. A Toyota Camry car was said to have been recovered from them.

The Commands Acting Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Edafe Bright; confirmed the incidents and explained that investigations were ongoing to know the suspects’ level of involvement in cult related and other criminal actions.

Edafe stated further that the CP has vowed to drastically reduce the incidence of crime to the barest minimum in the State with a charge on criminal elements to either turn a new leaf, relocate from Delta or be ready to be crushed by officers and men of the Command.