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How to curb cultism Nigeria

The origin of cultism was traced to the Seadog confraternity (a.k.a Pyrates), founded by Wole Soyinka and six others at the foremost University of Ibadan in 1952

cultism has played a major role in the disruption of lives and properties in Nigeria today

so many questions have been asked and this questions are begging for answers

How to stop cultism in Nigeria

1. Proper knowledge and doctrines in our primary, secondary and tertiary institutions on the dangers of cultism: in Nigeria today most school's,religious institutions and the society in general have despised the responsibility of lecturing students on the dangers of cultism, this has eaten deep into the society, young boys and girls are now been recruited into various cult groups without knowing the dangers

A proper measure needs to be taken by every individual,school and society to talk to pupils about the dangers of cultism this will helps inform students and reduce the growing numbers

Provision of basic amenities and jobs for graduates : a large number of young graduates go into various crimes and this has increased the number of cult members in the country when members have been apprehended they are always asked why they venture into such, they always complain about not having something to do

So provision of basic amenities and jobs for graduates will reduce the growing number of youths going into cultism

Others include

Laws that discourage cultism should be passed into the constitution

security operatives should be well equipped to combat cultism

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