- The Nigeria Police Force recent actions concerning the arrest of suspected cultists in Kwara state has been commended
- Declaring support for the move, a group urged the police to ensure everyone remotely connected with the activities of the suspects is investigated
Delta state-based Nigeria Female President Initiative (NFPI) has called on the federal government to leave no stone unturned in the investigation of the gang of assassins/cultists that has confessed to the killing of over 11 people in Kwara state.
In a statement sent to NAIJ.com, coordinator of the group, Felix Akpoyibo, said activities of cultists and other criminals have caused sorrow to families in Kwara and the entire country.
He called on the relevant authorities to investigate the matter and ensure everyone remotely connected with the activities of the suspects is investigated and, if found culpable, prosecuted.
The call is coming on the heels of the alarm raised by the Senate president, Dr. Bukola Saraki, at the Senate plenary yesterday in which he disclosed the plot by the Inspector General of Police to falsely implicate him by linking him to the suspected cultists arrested in Kwara state.
Saraki had told his colleagues that he got the hint of the police plans through the Kwara state governor, Abdulfatah Ahmed, who is a staunch ally of the Senate president.
Meanwhile, the police has been asked by the chief registrar of the Kwara state judiciary, to bring back the suspected cultists who had been transferred to Abuja on Wednesday, May 16.
The suspects were accused of being involved in murder and criminal conspiracies; and the spokesperson for the Nigerian Police Force, Jimoh Moshood, stated that they were transferred to the nations’ capital for further investigation.
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