Aug 8, 2022

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Lagos Police Issue Strong Warning to “Black Axe” Cult Group over Planned Attack – Legit.ng

  • Residents of Lagos State have been urged by police to be on high security alert before Thursday 7th July
  • It has been determined , that a cult brotherhood known as the “Black Axe” is about to launch an attack as part of their 7/7 celebrations
  • Meanwhile, the Lagos Police Command has the Residents urged to avoid social gatherings and ungodly areas to avoid becoming victims

Lagos State Police Command has issued a strong warning to the Issued by the Black Axe sect group, also known as the Neo Black Movement of Africa July 6, published on the official police command social media page.

The explanation reads in part:

“Credible intelligence information available to Lagos State Police Command, reveal that some crooks and cultists have perfected plans to celebrate what they call “7/7 Neo Black Movement of Africa aka Black Ax Day” on Thursday, July 7th, 2022.

” In light of this, Lagos State Police Commissioner CP Abiodun Alabi has issued a very strong warning to these groups, intent on destroying the peace enjoyed in the state in order to put their plans on hold.”

Police deploy tactical team at hotspots

In the twi Recently, Lagos State Police Command has announced that it has deployed its tactical team to all strategic hideouts and hotspots to counter any imminent attack.

Parents and guardians have however been urged to warn their children/caregivers to stay away from any unlawful activity in society or society before, during and after said date.

Hoteliers were also urged not to use their facilities as dens for to exploit illegal activities.

CP Abiodun assured local residents not to be afraid as he also recommended them to be vigilant and vigilant.

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In a further development, three suspects have been brought to trial for the gruesome murder of a commercial S$x worker frame t.

All three suspects were arraigned in Yaba Chief Magistrate’s Court on Tuesday 14 June where they will stand trial

It was discovered that the Holy Quran was found in Hannah’s house, which triggered the suspects’ attack on her

Source: Legit.ng