28 JSS Students Arrested in Asaba for Membership of  ‘Future Trigger Boys’ Cult Group

28 JSS Students Arrested in Asaba for Membership of ‘Future Trigger Boys’ Cult Group

28 JSS Students Arrested in Asaba for Membership of  ‘Future Trigger
Boys’ Cult Group
The Delta Police Command has arrested 28 suspected teenage cultists
operating in some public secondary schools in Asaba, in  Delta state
capital
The State Police Commissioner, CP Zanna Ibrahim, disclosed this at the
weekend  in Asaba.
He said that the teenage secret cult group was known as the “Future
Trigger Boys’’ (FTB).
Ibrahim said that out of the 28 suspects, 10 were students of Osadenis
Grammar School, Asaba.
The CP said the suspected cultists, aged between 13 and 16 years old,
were rounded up during school hours, following intelligence reports
from members of the public.
“These are children, who were sent to school to study but regrettably,
they form cult group to terrorise their fellow students and the entire
school.
“They call themselves the ‘Future Trigger Boys’. We were able to
arrest these ones, while many others are still on the run.
“Since we arrested them, many of their parents have been on our neck,”
Ibrahim said.
The CP urged members of the public to continuously avail the command
with valuable information that would help the Police checkmate all
forms of crimes in the society.

One of the 28 teenage suspected cultists, Future Trigger Boys, who is
13 years old JSS1 student of Osadenis Grammar School, Asaba, Delta
State, names withheld, at the weekend,  confessed to the police his
membership of the group.
He said: “All of us are cultists. We are members of the Future Trigger
Boys. I was introduced into the group in 2014 by my friend here.
“Our leader is one Ibrahim, he is currently at large,’’ the suspect said.
He, however, said that he had left the group and had not been
participating in its activities anymore.
The suspect alleged that when the Police arrested some of them, they
named him as a member.
Another member of the group, a 14-year-old JSS 3 student of the same
school, also said that he had left the group but always afraid of some
of the boys.
“I joined the FTB last year, when one of my friends introduced me to the group.
“We have members in various schools here in Asaba. We do not use any
weapon, we only fight with our hands.
“Early this year, I told my friends that I do not want to belong to
the group anymore because I was afraid of some of the bigger boys,
especially Ibrahim,” the suspect said.
The CP said the police were still investigating the activities of the
group and assured that the ringleaders , who are currently on the run,
would be apprehended. NAN

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