Many Beheaded Along Major Roads During Ajah Cult Clash On Sunday


Some suspected cultists were on Sunday killed during a clash between rival cult groups in Abraham Adesanya area in Ajah, Lagos State.

Concise News gathered that the fight took place on the main road of the area, leaving many heads scattered all over the road.

As at the time of filing this report, the state Police Command has yet to respond to the incident.

Recall that Concise News reported last week that two persons were killed during a clash between hoodlums, also known as “Area Boys” at Fadeyi area in Lagos state.

It was gathered that a dispatch rider who was hit by a stray bullet was amongst the two who lost his life in the brawl which happened on Tuesday, April 10th.

The fight started at about 11 am with a sporadic shooting that left people scampering for their lives and the federal road closed down for hours.

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Although no one knows the main cause of the fracas, a resident of the area explained the intensity of the accident.

“The crisis is not a small matter. Immediately the shooting started, the police on ground ran away, because those boys were heavily armed.

“They were not carrying pistols. I don’t know how to describe their guns, but the guns they carried surpassed that of the police in terms of the sophistication.

“It was after the whole crisis has simmered that the police and some SARS officials came to the scene,” a resident of the area said.

Police officers, stationed at the area to maintain orderliness, confirmed the killing, adding they have deposited the corpses at the morgue.