Fighting cultists flee after hearing the police siren in Ajegunle, Lagos State

Rival cultist groups that were fighting in Ajegunle, Lagos State flee after hearing the police siren.

The cultists in the area engaged in a dreadful combat with opponent cult group that made the inhabitants of Ajegunle to panic and stayed indoors.

The cultist groups were fighting themselves with matchets according to what was seen in a video posted online.

The cultist groups that were fighting themselves flee and ran for their lives immediately they heard the police was coming.

From the voices in the background of the video, it’s noticeable that the people of Ajegunle were delighted as the police showed up amidst the cultist clash.

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As usual there must be reactions, see some below

@aubiergembock__ “To the parents – everyday PRAY for your children especially the young boys, that they won’t befriend the wrong crowd of friends out there.”

@honorablennazor__”If no be fear why police self go blow siren before getting to the venue”

@peaceful_baddie __”Tinubu developed Lagos they said smh like I always say, Lagos is home for thugs”

@mercysimeon__ “My hoodall these ones na small boy wey Dey shakara themselves, Ajegunle sweet but na all these boys Dey make am tire person”

@shugaluv __”Cultist Dey run from police u guys are not serious imagine that Werey that threw away his sword”

@gok.martins__ “Leaving aside genuine influencers, I sincerely hope that Nigerian celebrities do not hinder the bright future of our nation. Hip- hop and secular music are often perceived as having negative influences. Unfortunately, some top celebrities have been known to celebrate cultism and engage in this criminal activities. It is disheartening that despite awareness of their actions by the police and government, they continue to receive national awards. Currently, our celebrities wield immense influence over the younger generation, making them the most powerful influencers”