*Panic Rocks As Cultists Plan Nationwide Initiation, Discloses Date – Details*

Panic Rocks As Cultists Plan Nationwide Initiation, Discloses Date – Details.

Information reaching the newskingdom have it that the Police Command in Rivers State has cautioned the general public regarding potential cult-related activities across the country on June 7.

The spokesperson of the command, SP Grace Iringe-Koko, revealed in a statement in Port Harcourt on Saturday that a large number of Black Axe cultists were preparing to mark their Founder’s Day.

According to Iringe-Koko, police intelligence reports indicate that the confraternity intends to initiate innocent victims into their group and potentially engage in clashes with rival cults on the same day.

“We have received information about the Neo-Black Movement (NBM), also known as Aiye or Black Axe, which plans to hold a nationwide commemoration in honour of their Founder’s Day”. She said.

“The event, code-named Aiye Day or 7/7, is scheduled to be observed in all states of the federation, especially in institutions of higher learning”.

“The command is aware of the antecedents of the confraternity, notorious for killings on campuses, inter-cult clashes, and other criminal activities of a violent nature.’’

According to her, the intelligence reports suggested the group was plotting to disrupt public peace from their strongholds and on tertiary campuses across the country.

“The ceremony could possibly lead to counter-cult activities, inter-cult violence and other associated violent crimes in and around tertiary institutions in Rivers”. The Police spokesperson said.

Additionally, Iringe-Koko said the occasion might provide an opportunity for the forced initiation of innocent victims, as well as crimes such as rape and armed robbery.

Following the ugly development, the Commissioner of Police in Rivers, Olatunji Disu, had directed all Area Commanders, Divisional Police Officers (DPOs) and tactical team commanders to conduct pre-emptive and responsive raids, she added.

She emphasized that police operatives had been instructed to prevent the planned event, arrest suspected cultists and bring them to justice.

“Parents and guardians should keep a close eye on their children and wards during this period and watch for warning signs in their interactions with friends”.

“Similarly, community leaders and security outfits are encouraged to report any unusual gatherings in their area, while religious leaders should preach to their congregants on the evil of secret cults,” Iringe-Koko said.

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