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I’ll demolish houses that harbour cultists, deal with parents – Ogun Gov threatens




Governor Dapo Abiodun has threatened to demolish any home the place cultists are found inside Ogun State.


Abiodun additionally vowed to deal decisively with cultists and their dad and mom when arrested, saying that folks ought to warn their kids.

DAILY POST studies that the governor stated this on Sunday, throughout a marketing campaign rally at Remo North Native Authorities Space of the state.

He stated the native authorities has some people who interact in cultism and different acts of hooliganism.

This, Abiodun stated wouldn’t be tolerated in a state he described as the commercial capital of Nigeria, stressing that authorities wouldn’t permit cultists to ship away traders from the state.

“On this native authorities, I do know there are some individuals behaving like hoodlums; they stated they’re cultists or so. You see, God blessed us in Ogun State with one thing – we’re the one neighbour Lagos has. So, we’re the closest to the largest airport and the largest seaport. That’s the reason we’re the commercial capital of Nigeria. We can not permit a cultist or a thug to trigger chaos and scare traders away from Ogun State,” it was stated.

Sounding a severe be aware of warning, the governor emphasised that, “if I catch anyone partaking in cultism in Remo North, the individual, his dad and mom and their home shall be severely handled.

“Any home the place a cultist is found shall be demolished. Mother and father ought to warn their kids as a result of it will be robust.

“Our state is adjudged probably the most stunning state on this nation. With out peace, there can’t be significant socio-economic improvement. So, we are going to deal decisively with anybody that wishes to disturb our peace on this state, notably on this native authorities,” the governor warned.

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