Police arrest cultist's cow in Osun
The annual 7/7 day cultist celebration turned to pandemonium as the Osun Police stormed the venue and ‘arrested” a cow meant to be used for July cult day celebration in Osogbo, the state capital.
The State Police Command had on Thursday warned against ‘Cult Day Celebration’ which is usually celebrated by Aye confraternity on every July 7, warning that it will arrest anyone involved in unlawful gathering.
It was gathered that the cult members from different locations gathered at Egbatedo area of the state capital to celebrate the day.
But residents of the area alerted the Anti-cult unit of the police who invaded the community to effect arrest of the suspected cultists.
The suspects, took to their heels upon sighting police operatives, abandoning the cow, which they already marked, “Oroki Aye group, 7/7” with a symbol of axe on the cow, which was siezed by the police t
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