Lagos police boss sad over rising cases of cultism among youths

The Commissioner of Police in Lagos, Edgal Imohimi,  on Friday expressed sadness over the rising cases of  cultism among youths in Lagos.

The police boss, who called for a state of emergency on cultism, stated  that six out of 10 young people are cultists.

Imohimi spoke at  a town hall meeting with some residents of Surulere area of the state.

The forum had as theme: “ Partnership with Community for Crime Prevention.’’

“I instructed one of my officers to carry out a research on the reason for increase in cultism among the young ones, and it was revealed that it gives them a kind of advantage over their peers.

“For some, they joined to avoid being intimidated. Whatever reason it is, the blame is on us parents for not caring enough about our children,” he said.

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Imohimi  commended residents of Surulere for their support to crime fighting  and criminality, adding that there had been reduction in…

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Lagos police boss sad over rising cases of cultism among youths

The Commissioner of Police in Lagos, Edgal Imohimi,  on Friday expressed sadness over the rising cases of  cultism among youths in Lagos.

The police boss, who called for a state of emergency on cultism, stated  that six out of 10 young people are cultists.

Imohimi spoke at  a town hall meeting with some residents of Surulere area of the state.

The forum had as theme: “ Partnership with Community for Crime Prevention.’’

“I instructed one of my officers to carry out a research on the reason for increase in cultism among the young ones, and it was revealed that it gives them a kind of advantage over their peers.

“For some, they joined to avoid being intimidated. Whatever reason it is, the blame is on us parents for not caring enough about our children,” he said.

READ ALSO: BREAKING: Pedro Sanchez sworn in as Spanish prime minister

Imohimi  commended residents of Surulere for their support to crime fighting  and criminality, adding that there had been reduction in…

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Three Nigerians Found Dead in New Delhi Flat

The death of three Nigerians have been reported in a rented accommodation in Uttam Nagar area of New Delhi, India.

According to India’s Hindu newspaper, the Nigerians were found dead on Friday, with the police recovering bottles of alcohol and soft drinks from the spot. The Times of India said all the three men were found frothing in the mouth.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) Shibesh Singh said the deceased have been identified as David Christopher, Greece Ben, and David (I), all in their 30s.

While Greece used to live on the third floor of the rented accommodation, David used to reside on the second. David (I) had rented a house nearby but used to visit the two often.

The bodies were found on the third floor of the rented accommodation.

“Greece and David were there on a business visa. Greece had come in March and David had come in April,” Mr. Singh said.

The police received a PCR call around 12.30 p.m. from the landlord of the deceased stating that a foul smell was…

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Three Nigerians Found Dead in New Delhi Flat

The death of three Nigerians have been reported in a rented accommodation in Uttam Nagar area of New Delhi, India.

According to India’s Hindu newspaper, the Nigerians were found dead on Friday, with the police recovering bottles of alcohol and soft drinks from the spot. The Times of India said all the three men were found frothing in the mouth.

Deputy Commissioner of Police (Dwarka) Shibesh Singh said the deceased have been identified as David Christopher, Greece Ben, and David (I), all in their 30s.

While Greece used to live on the third floor of the rented accommodation, David used to reside on the second. David (I) had rented a house nearby but used to visit the two often.

The bodies were found on the third floor of the rented accommodation.

“Greece and David were there on a business visa. Greece had come in March and David had come in April,” Mr. Singh said.

The police received a PCR call around 12.30 p.m. from the landlord of the deceased stating that a foul smell was…

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