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Cultists Kills fellow Member to Attain Number 1 Position In Bayelsa State

The victim who belonged to a cult group was shot dead around Biogbolo area in Yenagoa with his death heightening tension in the state capital among his fellow cult members.

According to investigations, the deceased identified as Prince, who lived in Kpansia and believed to be the second in command of one of the notorious cult groups in the state, was killed by members of his own group because he has been penciled down to take over from the aging number one man of the same cult who sources believed is not ready to step down as the number one man. Prince was shot at a close range, died and he was brought back home in a Keke Napep, dropped in front of his family’s house and the people left with the same Keke Napep.

Sources said the killing had triggered off fears in residents of Kpansia and adjoining streets including  Biogbolo and Yenezuegene.

Findings indicated that the dead cultist was lured by some other members from his Kpansia residence to the Biogbolo area of Yenagoa with a Keke Napep, with the hope of going for a meeting and was killed by his own gang members because of his new to be position as the number one man.

A popular blogger in Bayelsa, Mr Bodmas Kemepadei who said the situation was about getting out of hand, appealed to Governor Douye Diri to arrest the situation.

“As I write, some business owners in the above aforementioned places have locked up their businesses for fear of an attack. There have been reported cases of several cult clashes; a young boy was killed yesterday at Kpansia, others injured. The situation is becoming worse.

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“I wish to utilise this opportunity to appeal to Governor Douye diri, to please arrest the situation; I propose the immediate re-organisation and constitution of the Bayelsa State Volunteer and Vigilante Network as a matter of urgency.

“The police force should also be strengthened and provided with the necessary equipment to allow them to perform effectively. More importantly, a peace and conflict resolution team cutting across all party lines should also be constituted. The truth is, our brothers have gone haywire, and if we don’t curtail them now, our streets may be filled with blood, while our mothers mourn in tears. I also appeal to our brothers to give peace a chance; no investor will invest in a violent environment.”

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