Three Dead in Another Bloody Cult Clash in Sagamu, Ogun State

Written by Bola Abraham

The Ogun State Police Command has confirmed the death of three individuals in another violent cult clash in Sagamu. This follows a previous incident in September where about 20 people were killed.

The cultists resumed their supremacy battle on Friday, resulting in the death of at least two men. The police discovered three men lying lifeless in a pool of their own blood.

According to a statement by the Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, Omolola Odutola, the Divisional Police Officer in Sagamu intercepted intelligence from a concerned citizen during a routine weekend patrol on Sunday. The information indicated that a group of six unknown men had gone to the Agbowa area to cause trouble, leading to a rival cult group clash.

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The DPO swiftly led a patrol team to the area and found three unidentified young men lying lifeless in a pool of blood, with gunshot wounds to their heads. The victims were immediately rushed to Olabisi Onabanjo Teaching Hospital in Sagamu, where they were pronounced dead. Their bodies were subsequently taken to the morgue.

The police cordoned off the crime scene, where they recovered eight expended cartridges, one live cartridge, and one Samsung phone. Three individuals, namely Oluwatosin Adeniro, 25; Adebayo Oluwasun, 35; and Segun Ademola, 38, were arrested in connection with the incident.

The police have assured residents of Sagamu that there is a visible police presence in the area, urging them to carry out their daily routines without fear or hesitation.

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