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Security Tips: Police Reveals What To do If Cultist Wants To Collect Your Phone

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In response to a question on X (formerly Twitter) about threats from cultists to take one phone, Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), has issued cautionary advice to the public, emphasising the importance of not confronting such individuals single-handedly.

An X user had asked the Force Spokesperson, “If a cultist member threatens to collect my phone what should I do ?

Adejobi responded, emphasising the importance of knowing for sure whether the individual is a cultist before taking action.

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He urged people not to confront cultists directly if they do not have the means to defend themselves, and to avoid engaging in potentially dangerous situations.

“It’s not too safe,” Adejobi cautioned. “You need to be sure he’s a cultist. How do you know that? Anyway, don’t single-handedly fight or tackle a cultist if you are not ‘loaded.’”

Instead of confronting the alleged cult member alone, Adejobi proposed alternative solutions, suggesting reporting the individual to the authorities or organising a group effort to combat the cult group and its members.

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However, Adejobi also warned against remaining neutral or passive in such situations, stating, “You can’t sit on the fence.”

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Comrade James Ezema is a veteran journalist and media consultant. He is a political strategist. He can be reached on +2348035823617 via call or WhatsApp.

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