14 JSS Students Arrested For Cultism In Edo State (Photo)

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NO fewer than 14 Junior Secondary School, JSS, students have been
arrested by the Police in Edo State over alleged involvement in cult-
related activities in Benin.

Vanguard gathered that the students, whose ages ranged from 12 to 15
years, were said to have been picked by policemen at Oguola Secondary
School, along St. Saviour Road in the state capital and were being
screened at the State Criminal Investigation Department, SCID, Police
headquarters, Benin.

Principal of the school, Mr. Ehanire Reuben, said eight of the students
were allegedly arrested in the school compound, adding that their arrest
prompted the police to conduct a search on some students in the
classrooms.

He, however, said prior to the arrest, he learned that a student teacher in
the school was attacked and his phone and wallets taken from him by
some students, who also attacked residents in the area.

He pleaded with police to release those found to be innocent. Edo State
Police Command spokesman, Mr. Innocent Onwochie, in his reaction to
the development, said the arrest was made following a tip-off, adding
that those arrested were under-aged.

He said investigations on the issue had been stepped up, promising that
the police would leave no stone unturned in its war against cultism and
other criminal activities in the state.

Source: Vanguard

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