Ogun state security outfit, the So-Safe Corps, says that its operatives have put the state’s border communities under surveillance, in search of some of the kingpins of cult groups, who are on the run.
According to the agency, some of the kingpins, especially those of Aye and Eiye confraternity, managed to escape from the state after the recent deadly attacks across the state.
The commander of the security agency, Soji Ganzallo, speaking in an interview with a Rockcity FM correspondent, Yemi Eniola, said they were keeping border communities under surveillance to prevent the fleeing cult leaders from sneaking back into the state to organize fresh attacks.
Ganzallo said that the agency through its intelligence gathering have now identified most of the leaders of cult groups operating in the state.
On the incessant cult killings in the Obantoko axis of Abeokuta, the state capital, the So-Safe Corps commander said the systemic arrest of cultists in the area has forced them to stop their activities in the area.
He also said that operative of his agencies, including those in plain clothe are keeping the area under surveillance to prevent a renewed attack by cultists in the area.