STAY AWAY FROM CULT ACTIVITIES -CRIME DOES NOT PAY
Identified as Bashir Wasiu, 22, from Oyo State and Tunde Adedeji, 23, from Abeokuta, Ogun State were arrested in Olodi-Apapa around 6:35 a.m
A cult is an organized group gathering whose exercises are directed in mystery and protected from the overall population. On the off chance that cultism is found, it might be liable to arraignment and confinement of criminal components. A few colleges, where cultism is wild, have seen physical damage, as well as the passing of understudies and teachers. In Nigeria, for instance, religions and mystery social orders in learning focuses have prompted across the board mobs and revolts.
The outcomes of cultism on people are:
• You may live in interminable subjugation and trepidation. This is on the grounds that cultists are continually watching their backs since opponent cliques are dependably at ‘war’.
• Cultists are constantly dangerous, unfeeling, stiff-necked and underhanded; so a very much mannered person that enjoys cultism will consequently change his great conduct to a not well carried on individual.
• Most cultists have no respects for good and qualities. As an aftereffect of one having a place with a religion, he/she will lost admiration for that which is ethically right, e.g. regard for senior citizens.
• Premature demise may happen in light of the fact that cultist are at risk to bite the dust youthful.
• Possible ejection from school.
On the impact of cultism on campuses, cultism has led to the outburst of mayhem in our campuses in the past. These unjustified occultic violence has led to the mutilation and even killing of students. It sometimes lead to the incarceration and expulsion of both guilty and innocent students, therefore reducing the number of graduates from our tertiary institutions.