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Suspects reveal how they lured into cultism


Suspected cultists paraded by Operation Safe Haven at the weekend claimed they were lured into the secret organization.

They said they joined having undergone initiation process of beating at a bush somewhere along Bauchi Ring Road in Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State.

The 10 suspects paraded at the OPSH headquarters included members of Black Axe, Supreme Vikings and Neo-Black movement.

Kenneth-Ugo Obika, 22, a member of Black Axe cult said except for the power they wielded as cult members there wasn’t much benefit derived from the group. He said they owed their allegiance to a leader called Zambruta.

Amos Lucky, 25, also a member of the Black Axe said he was lured into cultism by a final year student of Law. The graduate of Computer Science from the University of Jos said as student cultists, they were made to pay N3,000 semester dues to the leadership of the group headed by Zambruta.

“I was initiated in 2016, I was invited to a party and when we got there we were taken to the bush around Bauchi Ring road and beaten. I wanted to leave the cult but I was afraid because if you leave and they see you on the street they will beat you. They don’t really kill but they will beat you,” he said.

Ebuka Chiegwe, 21, also a member of the cult group but with no higher institution training said he joined the cultists from the streets and was lured by one Testube who is now late.

He said he was also invited to a party at Ring Road where he was beaten by other members of the cult.
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