Top Nollywood stars resided in Ikorodu, Lagos, are very worried.

They have expressed concerns over the safety of their families due to the activities of notorious cult group, Badoo.

This comes after the cultists sent out a letter to announce that they were coming to visit the houses in the area.

Veteran actor, Babatunde Omidina, popularly known as Baba Suwe, prays that he never meets members of the deadly cult notorious for wiping out families.

“What these boys are doing is very terrible and they are embarrassing a lot of people.

"If anyone wants to come to Ikorodu at night, they would meet so many security men who would begin to question them.

"This kind of embarrassment is getting too much but I am sure that God would save us,” he said.

The comic however, is not alone in his fears.

"Casino" actor, Funsho Adeolu, revealed that thoughts of his family's safety is all that bothers him anytime he leaves home for work.

Adeolu, who has resided in Ikorodu for 12 years called on the government to come to their aid.

“I have been living in Ikorodu for about 12 years now and since then, I have never encountered anything like this Badoo cult group.

"I would not say that their activities have not affected me because anytime I leave my family to go and work, I always nurse this little fear over their safety but I believe that God is protecting them.

"I have only heard about their activities but I have not seen anything like that and I believe that they cannot come my way because I am covered by the blood of Jesus," the actor said in an interview.

The killings carried out by the terror group has also met stiff resistance from residents who have retaliated with jungle justice.

This unfortunately led to the death of an upcoming MC and comedian Chinedu Paul who was mistaken for a member of the killer group.