Abiodun spoke at the 90th birthday celebration of Alhaji Teslim Dawodu, held in Sagamu, expressed worry that cultists were usually found in the tertiary institutions.

The governor also hinted that his government had enacted a law whic empowers it to demolish any house providing safe haven for cultists.

He said his administration would deplore all necessary resources to ensure that all cult-related issues become a thing of the past.

He said, ‘I have signed a law and that law now empowers me to demolish any house where a cultist is caught.

‘Sagamu has had its own peculiar problems and we are on top of it. We are deploying all the resources to ensure that we stay on top of the security situation in Sagamu.

‘It is very unfortunate that the capital of Remoland is the place where we begin to have issues with cultists. And you know, traditionally, cultists were usually found in tertiary institutions, but, these days, you will find out that cultists are now your mechanic, vulcanizer, bricklayer and when you even ask them why they are involved, they don’t even understand.

Abiodun, however, called on property owners in the state to ensure they have the data of their tenants.