Photo: Cleric, 11 Others Renounce Cult Membership In Ogun

An Islamic Cleric, Adeola Abdul-Rasheed, and 11 others on
Wednesday publicly renounced their membership of cult groups in Ogun State, and
also signed a letter of undertaking to turn a new leaf.
The event took place at the premises of Ewekoro Local
Government under the supervision of Ogun State Police Commissioner and some
village heads led by traditional ruler of Itori, Fatai Akamo.
The former cultists, who are artisans, were arrested by the
police over their involvement in cult activities.
However, after investigation and intervention of some
personalities in the state, the cultists were considered for amnesty and they
resolved to publicly renouncing their membership.

They respectively took oaths with either the Holy Bible or
the Holy Koran.
The Islamic cleric who was the oldest among in the group,
said he had seen reasons to quit the occult.
He assured that he would not renege on his pledge.
The commissioner of police, Abdulmajid Ali, in his speech,
said the event was historic, adding that all the renounced cultists had been
granted amnesty.

Mr. Ali used the opportunity to call on other cultists still
in the hiding in any part of the state, to be bold enough to renounce their
membership to save them from prosecution.

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