After Killing Pastor’s Two Children At Ikorodu, Badoo Cult Members Makes Shocking Confessions

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The dreaded Badoo cult terrorising Ikorodu community reportedly struck again, storming a church at Owode-Ajegunle, in the early hours of this morning.

The cult allegedly attacked Crystal Church of Christ (C&S) Aladura at no 4, Victor Anibaba Street, Owode Weighbridge, along Ikorodu Road, according to a report by Punch.

The cultists attacked the wife of the founder of the church, Mrs Ajidara, her two-year old daughter and another woman who lived in the church with her daughter.

 

An eyewitness said one woman and the two little girls were killed during the attack.

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It was earlier reported that the Lagos state police command swung into action and arrested 100 suspected members of the cult on Saturday, June 1.

Following recent arrests made by members of the Lagos state police command, a suspected member of the dreaded Badoo cult opened up on the group’s antics.

According to a security source, the cultist revealed that they sell blood-stained handkerchiefs belonging to their victims to highly placed Nigerians.

 

The source claimed that one of the cultist revealed that they get N500,000 for every blood stained handkerchief they get from their victims.

Meanwhile, just few days after suspected members of the Badoo cult group were caught around Benson area of Ikorodu, Lagos, another alleged member of the group was handed over to soldiers.

According to Omolaja Dax who shared the picture via his Facebook profile, he revealed that the suspected member was found inside an old woman’s building situated behind Access bank on Monday, July 3.

 

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