Residents of Ukpokiti, Mowoe, Ginuwa ,Enamejewa , Ope, Ometan, Igbi, Okandeji, Akporue, Okoye and other streets in Otovwodo (Agbassa), areas of Warri instead of enjoying the peace, love and tranquility that Christmas offers, were instead visited by terror unleashed by cultists in the area, who rather engaged in a war of attrition.
The cultists embarked on any orgy of terror on residents of the area – destroying vehicles, other properties, particularly in Mowoe Road and dispossed many people of their handsets and other valuables.
Rival cult gangs also fought dirty in Ukpokiti street where casualties were recorded on both sides in broad day light.
Irked by the ugly scenario, the Oghwuvwie Rode of Agbarha Warri Kingdom, High Chief Francis Ugbejevun, mobolised and led patriotic and gallant youths of Otovwodo (Agbassa) Community in search of the hoodlums.
Ugbejevun who spoke to journalists during the operation, vowed to eliminate cultists from the area with the assistance of government security agents, particularly the police.
While calling on the police to fish out those behind the mayhem, he warned that the hoodlums and their parents should relocate from the area, including indigenes and non-indigenes.
A resident of the area, Joshua Akpobor, who also spoke to journalists lamented the menace of cultists in the area as he bitterly remarked that the ravaging cultists robbed residents of the joy of the celebration of Christmas eve.
He applauded High Chief Ugbejevun for his prompt action in restoring normalcy to the area. Akpobor however called for a permanent restoration of normalcy to the area as he noted that this could be achieved with more efforts from the community and assistance of government security agents, particularly the police.
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