Worried by the recent recent cult-related killing in the state, the Anambra Police Commissioner, Aderemi Adeoye on Friday, vowed to clamp down on cultists running wild in the state.
Adeoye, who described the cultists as murderers said they are not fit to live among decent human beings in the society.
He also described those sponsoring the cultists to kill humans like them as cowards who should cover their faces in shame.
According to a statement issued by the command’s Spokesman, DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, the police boss vowed that the command will come down very hard on the heartless cultists who take pleasure in killing people.
He warned that no one should call him for release of any cultist arrested in the coming clamp down unless they want to be disgraced.
“The Commissioner has ordered an all out operation against cultists and their sponsors in the State,” the statement reads.
“He assured the good people of Anambra State that their peace and tranquility that was punctured by the recent cult-related killing in the capital will soon be restored.
“He solicited the cooperation of all law abiding citizens in ridding the society of the menace of cultism.”
Meanwhile, Kanyi Daily reported that
the Nigerian military has conducted a mass burial for its personnel who were killed in an ambush and an air crash in Niger State on August 14.
Recall that the bandits had laid ambush on the troops and killed 14 soldiers while seven others were injured.
In response to the attack, the Nigeria Air Force deployed an evacuation aircraft.
But, the aircraft, reports say, crashed killing all passengers including two pilots, and two crew members onboard.