Police Arrested 48 Cultists In Delta State

Forty-eight suspected cultists have been apprehended by the police in Delta State while trying to initiate and make merry of their anniversary in Warri.

Thirty-six of the arrested cultists are male while the remaining are females, a major achievement the new Commissioner of Police, CP Ibrahim Mohammed Zanna have recorded under a month.

The apprehended cultists are said to be members of the Neo Black Movement, otherwise known as Black Axe at Freshville hotel, Okuokoko, an outskirt of Agbaroh.

In a press statement signed and made available to journalists by the Commands Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Superintendent of Police (SP) Celestina Kalu, said “on Tuesday about 9:00 pm, while acting on a tip off that members of Neo Black Movement (a.k.a Black Axe) confraternity were holding their annual initiation and anniversary ceremonies at a location in Warri, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) deployed surveillance men to the identified location at Freshville hotel Okuokoko and arrested 36 male and 12 female suspects”.

According to her, items recovered from the suspects included NBM hand bands, some weeds suspected to be Indian hemp, black head gears and neck chains, all bearing the logo of NBM, adding that investigation is on top gear.

Meanwhile, the police has alerted the general public on a missing person, one Miss Elizabeth Aluka, who has been reported missing.

SP Kalu said, “The victim left her home at No. 3 Andiyama Street, Agbor on 3/7/2016 at about 1630hrs to unknown destination and has not been seen since then. The said Elizabeth Aluka is aged 30 years, fair in complexion, speaks English and Ika languages fluently, and of average height”.

She called on any person with useful information about the where about of the victim to contact the Nigeria Police, Agbor Division in Delta state or the nearest Police station.

By: Kenneth Orusi, Asaba 
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  1. Neo Black Movement of Africa AKA: NBM AKA: Black Axe.... Illegal!

    (1) The organizations, associations, groups or body of person listed in the Schedule to this Law are hereby declared to be secret cults and are prohibited (of which ‘Black Axe’, ‘The Neo Black Movement’ and ‘The Neo Black Movement of Africa’ are).

    These giblets in a rats arse pretending to be humans could be rounded up by the hundred if there was the political motivation.

    (4). No person shall use any sign pass word, code, ring, brooch, uniform,
    oaths, rites, symbols or anything related or associated to cult or secret society.

    Our country's police should be advised to search the NBM on facebook and perhaps even visit the organisation's own website. Many of them can be seen there "participating in activities relating to cult and/ or secret societies" as deemed illegal by law and wearing the uniform of these banned cults/societies.

    (1) Any person who knowingly allows or permits a secret cult meeting or activity to hold in his hotel, nightclub or similar place of business, commits an offence and is liable on conviction to imprisonment for five years without an option of fine.

    (2) In addition to any punishment provided under subsection (1) of this Section, any such place of business as mentioned in the subsection where a secret cult meeting or activity is allowed or permitted to take place shall be shutdown and the property confiscated.

    Go down to: Roseview Court 2 Omoba close Alagbole Akute via Ojodu Berger by AP filling station. An illegal NBM meeting point owned by the former head of the NBM and mafia pimp Oritsebemigho Eyeoyibo.

    Let's see much of this. 48 arrests is not enough. Both the public and law support such actions.


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