Renewed cult clash declares lives of thought drug dealership, four others in Bayelsa

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No fewer than five individuals, including a suspected drug peddler, were on Monday killed and ratings injured in a renewed war in Yenagoa, the Bayelsa State capital, in between notorious members of the Bobos and Iceland cult groups.

DAILY POST collected that the killings, which began in the early hours of Monday at OMPADEC location of the state capital, have spread to other parts of the residential area known as Amarata with residents scurrying for security.

A source notified DAILY POST that the killing of the suspected drug peddler at OMPADEC area at about 3 am by believed Bobos cult members may have set off the anger of the Iceland boys who manage the area in Amarata.

The departed, who some individuals claim does not come from either of the cult group, was reported to have had an altercation with some unidentified individuals at a popular bar in Amarata location of Yenagoa, known as Kimiowei Lounge throughout a birthday party.

He was trailed to his house and shot twice prior to he was dealt machete cuts, “we heard two shots fired at about 3am. And we heard voices yelling”.

In retaliation, the Icelanders invaded the Ebis Mechanic base of the Bobos and shot dead one boy called Peter in broad day light.

They likewise dispossessed locals of cellphones and other belongings at gun point.

The reason for the crisis remains unidentified but has been connected to the killing of the thought drug dealership.

The spokesman of the Bayelsa State Police Command, Asinim Butswat, who confirmed the renewed cult clash in the state capital, said only one person was killed along the Ebis Mechanic Area with operatives of the ‘A’ Divisional headquarters examining and browsing for the deceased’s family.