The Lagos State Police Command has arrested some suspected members of Eiye Confraternity who allegedly used a residence for cult activities
Three brothers – David Richard, 33; Sunday Richard, 39; and 29-year-old Odefe Richard who are suspected members of Eiye Confraternity, by the Lagos State Police Command for allegedly using a residence on Halidu Avenue in Shibiri, in the Okokomaiko area of the state, for cult activities.
According to Punch Metro, two other siblings, John Agboroko, 30; and 34-year-old Matthew Agboroko, were also apprehended, as well as other suspects – Samson Okpe, 32; Paul Jago 30; Saheed Oriyomi; 32; and 29-year-old David Quenum from the Republic of Benin.
It was gathered that the shrine – the residence which belonged to one Mrs. Rosemary Lawrence, who lives on Old Marine Road, Apapa – where new members were initiated, was uncovered by a team of policemen who stormed the compound at about 5am on Saturday.
Speaking to a correspondent, a police source revealed that some operatives had been on surveillance of the area prior to the arrest of the suspects, adding that wraps of drugs suspected to be cannabis were also recovered from the scene.
The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the arrest, adding that the Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, had directed that the suspects be charged to court.
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