This is coming after the Lagos state government has warned citizens to desist from carrying out jungle justice on suspected members of the cult group, as the government would leave no stone unturned to bring the perpetrators of any evil act to justice.
For some time now, the members of the cult group have been disturbing the Ikorodu axis with violent killings, a development of which had prompted some suspected members of the group to be lynched.
The 100 suspects were arrested in a joint operation carried out by the Lagos State Police Command, Rapid Response squad (RSS), Odua People's congress (OPC), as well as the vigilantes watching the neigbourhood.
Confirming the operation, Public Relation Officer Of Lagos State Command, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole said about 40 vehicles were used for the operation, adding that the exercise was part of the ongoing efforts to rid the state of the activities of the dreaded cult group.
He said: "We can confirm the arrest of 100 suspected members of the dreaded cult group, Badoo, and they are helping with ongoing investigation into the activities of the gang."
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