Badoo new tactic scares Lagosians
BY ALEX OLISE
As Police authorities declare a total war against the dreaded Badoo group terrorizing residents of Ikorodu in Lagos, residents of the state are currently scared as razor blade cuts attacks increase across the state.
National Daily, investigation revealed that no fewer than five deaths have been recorded in the past one month across the Lagos State metropolis after the dreaded gang introduced the use of razor blade and other sharp objects to attack their victims.
The cultists afterwards use white handkerchiefs to clean the blood then take it to their coven where it will be further use for their money ritual purposes as instructed by their priest.
Further investigation carried out by National Daily, indicate that every operation attract a huge sums ranging between N500,000 and N1 Million as the case may be.
The huge sums attached to the nefarious act is a major reason why many youth in Ikorodu resort in joining the cult group to make quick money in the expense of innocent citizen.
National Daily, finding revealed that even Landlords of Ikorodu are aware of the activities for a long time but were afraid to expose it to the Police which led to the current state that had claimed lives leading to total wipe out of families before the Police step in.
It was uncovered at the weekend that parents and well wishers of suspected Badoo Cult members who were recently arrested by the Police were in pain over the arrest.
This is due to the gains they received from these crops of youth after engaging in killings of innocent souls.
It was further gathered by National Daily, that Police operatives have extended their dragnet to the creeks and other major black spots around Epe, Badagry, Ibeshe in continuation to raid the cult members and free the state of criminals.
The resolve to clamp down on the gang was made again by the Lagos State Commissioner of Police (CP) Fatai Owoseni who had instructed top operatives to go after the cult gang and clear the state of such bad gangs and other criminals.
A joint raid by the Police and other security agencies had led to the arrest of no fewer than 250 suspected members of the cult group who are currently being interrogated at the State Police Headquarters.
National Daily also learnt that police are still investigating few traditional rulers over their role in cult activities in Ikorodu are of the State