Police to prosecute landlords supporting cultists in Ekiti

The Commissioner of Police, Ekiti State Command, Moronkeji Adesina, on Wednesday, cautioned hoteliers, recreation/event centre owners, and landlords against allowing cult members to use their properties for cult-related or criminal activities.


Adesina, who raised the alarm of a plot by some cult members to mark an illegal ‘7/7’ annual celebration of cultism on Thursday, warned that owners of facilities or homes used by cult members for the event or any cult-related or criminal activities would be prosecuted.


The Commissioner, in a statement by the Command’s Police Public Relations Officer, Sunday Abutu, titled, ‘Ekiti Police Command declares ‘7/7’ annual celebration of cultism illegal, criminal’, cautioned parents and guardians “to warn their wards to be law-abiding and desist from any act, unlawful gathering or assembly before, during and after the said date.”

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