Cultism: Cross River State Govt Declares 35 Persons Wanted
Following the repeated killings across the state from cultism activities, the Cross River government has declared 35 persons wanted.
At least 35 youths of Cross River State origin have been declared wanted by the State Government, over alleged involvement in cultism and cult-related activities in the state.
As reported by AIT, there have been an upsurge of cult clashes in Calabar and its environs lately, where some notable personalities were gunned down, over what the police describes as reprisal attacks.
A statement released by the Permanent Secretary Security Services in the Governor’s Office, Dr. Alfred Mboto says, the wanted persons have been duly informed by the police and other security operatives.
The Government promises handsome reward to anyone with useful information about the wanted persons.
Some of the wanted persons include, the son of a traditional ruler, a dismissed military police man, a prison official and an ex-convict, recently granted amnesty by the state’s chief judge, among others.