58 Students Renounce Cultism In Kogi

By Ige Olugbenga with agency report

Fifty-eight student members of different cult groups in tertiary institutions across Kogi state on Tuesday denounced their membership of the groups and pledged to partner with police in the fight against crime.

According to reports, the students who thronged the Kogi Police Command, Lokoja, under the aegis of Campus Cult Eradication Foundation (CCEF) to declare their new status, said they were misled.

Wilson Inalegwu, the Commissioner of Police in the state, who received them, assured that the police would partner with them in the fight to reduce crime.

”We will be very glad to see more members renounce their membership and join us to enable us operate on the same page.

“Cultism does not make you great, it makes you less, it only brings you down.

”Just have confidence in yourselves; I can see police commissioners, governors and great men among you. I commend your boldness and initiative to renounce your membership,“ Inalegwu said.


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