Photos:“no Amount Of GUN SHOT Can Penetrate My Body”==> Cult Leader


Physinews:Cult leader of a cult group who was over the
weekend arrested by the operatives of the
Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of Lagos State Nigeria
Police Command in Jakande Estate, Ajah area,
Lagos suburb, said that no amount of gun-shot
can penetrate his body.

The cult suspect, Andrew Awalebi, 35, who
belonged to the Eiye Confraternity, was arrested
on Friday morning at a beer parlour in company
of three other cult members around 8:00 a.m.

Two other members of the cult group, Adegoke
Adeleke (30), Kehinde Adebogun (31), were
also picked up early Saturday morning at an
hotel in Ikorodu Lagos Nigeria.

Awalebi, from Ilaje Local Government, Ondo
State was given out by Michael Thompson of
the same Eiye Confraternity as a cult leader.
Thompson was arrested a night before for
robbery in National Stadium Surulere, Lagos.
Awalebi disclosed that he worked with a
popular land owner in Lekki. He claimed that he
earns N40, 000:00 monthly from the property
dealer for helping to protect his landed property
in the axis.
He told investigator that the gun-shot
protective charm was specially prepared for him
by an herbalist in Ijebu-Isiwo, Ogun State, to
save him from gunshots of land grabbers in
He added: “I was initiated into Eiye
Confraternity in 1996 by Banji Omisore, and
later in 1997 I was promoted as its topmost
leader after the death of Omisore…. We are
eight member cult group. We meet very early in
the morning or late at night. I have been
arrested by Special Anti- Robbery Squad
sometimes ago when my cult group caused
mayhem in Jakande Estate, inflicting injuries on
passers-by in the area.”

Arrested alongside Awalebi were Michael
Thompson (24), Adegoke Adeleke (30),
Kehinde Adebogun (31), Koffi Kwame (17),
Daniel Olayiwola (36) and Tosin Issac (26) as
they all confessed to be members of Eiye

While confirming the arrest, the image maker of
Lagos Police Command, Superintendent of
Police, SP Dolapo Badmos, warned parents and
guardians to be wary of their children and
wards’ behaviors.

“Charity begins at home. But this should end in
homes alone. Parents should help police to
tackle cultism in their respective localities. They
should endeavor to report to the nearest police
station around them if they suspect
movements of their children. This will help the
Police to nip the cultism to the bud,” she
advised. The cult suspects have been
transferred to the State Criminal Investigative
Department (SCID), Panti, for prosecution.

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