- The meeting was had in attendance top police officers, the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC) and other vigilante groups
- The focus of the meeting was to fashion ways to curb incessant kidnappings and cult activities in parts of Lagos
Seemingly overwhelmed by the activities of the Badoo cult group that has taken over the Ikorodu area of Lagos, top officers of the Nigeria Police Force have met with the Oodua Peoples Congress (OPC).
The meeting, NAIJ.com learnt, ws to fashion out the best ways to curb the attacks by these cult members with a trademark of killing their victims with grinding stones or pestles.
The OPC members were led to the meeting by its national leader, Otunba Gani Adams.
The meetingwhich had other vigilantes in attendance, further addressed the issues of kidnapping in parts of the state.
NAIJ.com recently reported that angry residents of Ikorodu in Lagos state tried to stop officers of the Nigerian Police Force from arresting a suspected member of Badoo, a deadly cult group killing people in the area.
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In another development, NAIJ.com reported that an alleged member of the notorious Badoo cult terrorising Ikorodu area of Lagos state was reportedly caught by residents of Escobar, Ogijo on Wednesday.
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