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  1. ANGRY LADY SLAPS SENIOR POLICE OFFICER INSIDE A STATION IN LAGOS A 24-year old lady, Ifeoluwapo Lukmon, displayed uncanny courage by slapping a female senior police officer, DSP Laura Elo, at a police station in Lagos and damned the consequence. The incident happened at Ikeja Police Division, Lagos where the victim served as the station’s crime officer. It was gathered that after slapping DSP Elo, Ifeoluwapo told her that she was prepared to face the consequences and that she will not do her anything. However, the DPO ordered her arrest and she was later charged to court. Officers at the police station wondered what could have provoked the suspect to carry out such action aside from the fact that the victim was carrying out an investigation into what was reported Ifeoluwapo by a complainant. The complainant, one Fumurewa Anu-Oluwapo, had reported at the police station that she gave the suspect, Ifeoluwapo, seven fabric materials to make for her at Ipodo area of the Ikeja, Lagos and she converted them to her own use after she had paid her some amount of money for her service. Ifeoluwapo was then invited to the police station to get her part of the matter. It was at the police station that she rained abuses on the female senior police officer during interrogation, gave her a surprise slap on the face before she was prevented from attacking her further. Ifeoluwapo was charged before the Ikeja Magistrates court for conduct likely to cause a breach of public peace and assaulting the police officer. She pleaded not guilty. The prosecutor, Inspector Benson Emuerhi, informed the court that the police officer was assaulted in the course of performing her lawful duty. The Presiding Magistrate, Mrs. O. Sule-Amzat, granted her bail in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties in like sum. She was remanded in prison custody pending when she will perfect her bail condition. The matter was adjourned till 15th November, 2018.
  2. Mr. Muyiwa Arowoye, popularly known as Swagger A DEADLY GANG LEADER, MR. MUYIWA AROWOYE, POPULARLY KNOWN AS SWAGGER, HAS BEEN ARRESTED IN LAGOS BY DETECTIVES AFTER THE DREADED SUSPECT ATTEMPTED TO ESCAPE, AS HIS CHARMS FAILED HIM. Swagger was arrested and his charms were recovered at Ifako Ijaiye area of Lagos, from where he operated within and outside the state. Before his arrest, Swagger, was said to have been a nightmare for many DPOs, as many had been redeployed due to their inability to arrest the suspect. However, the mystery of his numerous escapes whenever he was in danger came to an end after the police tracked, arrested and chained his two legs for him not to escape as he used to do. He was immediately brought to the Police Command in Ikeja, Lagos, where he was detained under close supervision. It was gathered that the suspect was supposed to have been paraded but the police high authorities suspended it and took him back to detention as the police said it was a special case to be studied before any further step will taken. His charms were also brought to the Command as exhibits which had purportedly made the suspect look invisible for several years. A police source said that the police will like to know how, where he got the charms and who made such for him and his criminal gang. It was revealed that the suspect, popularly known as Swagger, was said to have been involved in various criminal activities ranging from cult activities, armed robbery, vehicle snatching and others. “This guy is a case study and the police will like to understudy him in order to know more about what criminals do because he had participated in almost every form of criminal activities within and outside Lagos” the police source said. The source also revealed that he had psychologically tortured police officers and DPOs for several years as he had always escaped after carrying out his nefarious operations to the surprise of the officers and residents. The residents trooped to the Police Command to witness and be sure it was the dreaded Swagger that was really arrested. They claimed that they were still in shock but happy that it happened.
  3. A HIGH COURT OF THE FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY (FCT) IN JABI, ABUJA, WEDNESDAY ORDERED THE NIGERIAN POLICE TO HALT ITS INTERROGATION OF THE SENATE PRESIDENT, DR BUKOLA SARAKI, OVER THE OFFA BANK ROBBERY, PENDING THE DETERMINATION OF A FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS SUIT BROUGHT AGAINST THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. Justice M. A. Nasir gave the restraining order while ruling on an exparte motion brought by 10 human right lawyers led by the National Chairman of APP party, Mr. Ikenga Imo Ugochinyere, seeking the enforcement of the fundamental human rights of the Senate President as guaranteed by section 34,35,36, and 41 of the Nigerian Constitution and article 2,4,5,6,10 and 12 of the African Charter on Human and peoples right. In the suit marked: 8280/2018, the plaintiffs asked the court to among others, restrained the respondents from interrogating, harassing, inviting, arresting, detaining or taking any action that would infringed on the fundamental rights of the Senate president pending the hearing and determination of the substantive Matter. The motion filed on their behalf by their counsel, E. C. Nweke is dated July 30, 2018, and supported by a 35 paragraph affidavit. Aside the Nigerian Police Force, other respondents in the suit include the Attorney General of the Federation (AGF) and the Inspector General of Police (IG). Ruling on the exparte motion, Justice Nadir, directed the respondents to “stay all actions related to this suit pending the determination of the originating motion fixed for 16/8/2018.” The plaintiffs in the substantive suit is seeking a declaration that the contious harassment and invitation of Saraki by the IG and the police in connection with the offa robbery based on trumped up, unfounded and unsubstantiated allegations of crime is unlawful, unconstitutional, oppressive and in gross violation of the Senate president’s fundamental rights. A declaration that the continuous invitation of Saraki by the police with the intent to investigate, arrest, detain and prosecute him based on the interim report of the Director of Public Prosecution of the federation, when the said report did not disclose that Saraki was guilty of any criminal offence is arbitrary, illegal, unconstitutional, null and void. The plaintiffs therefore prayed the court for an order setting aside the letter of invitation dated July 23 and or any other letter by the police in respect of the offa robbery issue. The plaintiffs on behalf of the Senate president is also seeking the sum of N1 billion compensation for damages.
  4. Eniola has revealed the reply she got from Some Police officers at Panti Station, Lagos after they witnessed her getting robbed this morning, According to the lady after been robbed she begged the Officers to chase the thieves for her, But the replied her to go and lay a complain at their station… See below!
  5. SENATOR DINO MELAYE HAS CRIED OUT THAT THE POLICE WANT TO KILL HIM. In a chat with journalists on Friday, the senator representing Kogi West in the National Assembly said no politician has been humiliated in Nigeria like him. “The same police have been looking for me to kill me. As I speak to you, I have six arraignments in six different courts for one frivolous, framed-up charge or the other,” he said. “No politician has been so humiliated in this country. Six arraignments. One by the federal government through the office of the attorney-general of the federation and five by the Nigeria police. “The latest was on Wednesday last week, a fresh arraignment before an FCT high court.” Melaye, who came under fire recently after his alleged kidnap-escape saga, said he has asked Mike Ozekhome, his counsel, to collect his passport from the police because he does not feel safe. The embattled senator has been accused of arming a group of thugs for armed robbery and kidnapping in Kogi State. He is also standing trial for purportedly providing false information on an alleged assassination attempt on his life, and for his attempted suicide while in police custody.
  6. A peaceful protest at Unity Fountain in Abuja, by members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) on Monday, April 16, became violent after officials of the Nigeria Police Force stormed the area and tried to disperse the protesters. Watch Video.
  7. Forensic examinations of evidence from the Banana Island, Ikoyi, Lagos home of Peter Nielsen, 53, alleged to have killed his wife and daughter indicated traces of blood stains cleverly wiped, the police said yesterday. Although initial reports suggested that the woman, Zaynab, was strangled and her three-year-old daughter, Patra suffocated, autopsy report conducted showed that Zaynab suffered trauma because of impact on her head. Police Commissioner Imohimi Edgal yesterday suggested that there were attempts by the suspect to cover up his crime, which forensic experts traced with the use of special chemical reagents. Edgal said: “The autopsy revealed that Mrs Zaynab Nielsen suffered trauma as a result of the impact on her head. Secondly, forensic experts revealed that there were blood stains from the couple’s bedroom to the kitchen. “Though it was cleverly wiped from the floor, the experts were still able to detect it with the application of special chemical reagents. In addition, blood stains were also discovered on the wash hand basins and on the hand towel the suspect used in wiping his hands after the commission of the offence. Although it was cleverly cleaned up as well, the experts were able to discover that too.” Edgal said the Danish Embassy was co-operating with the police, adding that the embassy provided legal representation for the suspect. He said: “I spoke personally with the ambassador apart from the official correspondence. They also arranged for counsel for their citizen so they are following the process very closely. We did not parade the suspect for obvious reasons. Do not forget he’s not a Nigerian and so, there are diplomatic connotations. “This is a man being accused of first degree murder. So, it would have been wrong for the police who are going to prosecute him, to also begin to parade him before such prosecution. However, he was charged to an open court. We are concerned with ensuring that he is diligently prosecuted and justice is done.”
  8. The FCT Police Command on Monday confirmed that normalcy has returned to parts of Maitama following a violent clash between members of the El-Zakzaky-led Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) and security operatives. It was reported that a melee broke out following the refusal of security operatives to allow members of the sect to stage their daily sit-out in demand for the release of their leader, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, from detention. However, in a statement issued to journalists in Abuja by its spokesman, Anjuguri Manzah, the FCT Police Command denied police culpability in the clash. He further said that sequel to the restoration of normalcy in the nation’s capital, 115 members of the state were arrested and would be charged to court upon the conclusion of investigations. The statement said: “The FCT Police Command restored normalcy at parts of Maitama following a violent protest by members of the El-Zakzaky Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN)who went on rampage on Monday, 16th April, 2018 and were attacking innocent citizens, disrupting business activities, obstructing traffic movement and smashing windscreen of innocent citizens’ vehicles in the affected areas. “Following the unfortunate incident which also resulted in the destruction of some government and Police operational vehicles, the members of the Shiite group also injured twenty-two (22) police personnel during the protest. “Exhibits recovered: catapults, iron bars, stones, ball bearings and pink head bands. “One hundred and fifteen (115) members of the sect were arrested at the scene by Police operatives. Joint Team of detectives from the Command in conjunction with operatives from the IGP Monitoring Unit have commenced investigation into the incident. The arrested suspects will be charged to court upon the conclusion of investigation. “The FCT Police Command hereby warn members of Shiites movement from further disrupting the peace, harmony and free flow of traffic in FCT. “This is to also to urge the members of the public particularly parents not to allow their children or wards to be used as instrument of violence in any demonstration by any group that could jeopardise public peace and harmony. It is therefore imperative to state that anyone caught in the act of violent demonstration or any act capable of causing the breach of public peace will be made to face the wrath of the law. “Meanwhile, the Command wishes to state that contrary to speculations from some sections of the media, no life was lost in the violent protest as the Police operatives deployed to quell the protest were professional in handling the situation.”
  9. There’s pandemonium in the streets of the nation’s capital, Abuja as police have forcefully dispersed protesters. Residents and pedestrians said they ran for safety as the police fired teargas to disperse the protesters at the Unity Fountain, beside Transcorp hotel. The chaos saw heavy traffic from Transcorp to as far as Wuse II, with drivers trying to turn back and evade the clash. The protesters are believed to be Shiites demanding the release of their leader, Ibrahim El-Zakzaky who has been detained without trial for over two years. Monday’s protest comes a few days after heavy crowds took to the streets of Abuja in celebration of Sheikh Inyass. Residents have been advised to stay away from the Transcorp Hotel/Maitama axis of the city. Details later…
  10. A policewoman has landed in trouble and is said to be facing jail time for allegedly having sex with a 13-year-old boy while working as a teaching assistant. Maria Velez, 25, was said to have had sex multiple times with the underage pupil for almost a year. But the wannabe FBI agent avoided trial in Cleveland, Ohio, US, in a plea deal with prosecutors, yesterday. The most serious charges of sexual battery were reduced as she pleaded guilty to attempted felonious assault, unlawful sexual conduct with a minor and attempted tampering with evidence. She could be locked up for up to nine years when Judge Brendan Sheehan sentences her on May 21. Velez agreed to resign from the police and must register as a sex offender every six months for 25 years. She became a cop after quitting her job at Clark Elementary School in December, 2015. The perv cop had a sexual relationship with the student during the previous nine months, said, prosecutors. She was suspended without pay after the scandal broke last September when the boy and his mum went to police. Velez later called the two and told them to lie to hide the relationship, prosecutor Matthew Meyer told yesterday’s hearing. She was assigned to patrols in Cleveland’s Fifth District before her arrest. It has not been disclosed where Velez’s trysts with the lad took place. She was assigned to patrols in Cleveland’s Fifth District before her arrest. Velez was hired at Clark Elementary in October 2014 as a bilingual classroom aide after studying psychology and Spanish at uni, according to her school personnel file. Culled from TheSun by By Mydrim Jones
  11. The police have revealed the identities of 12 suspects who were arrested for alleged connection to the last Thursday’s robbery in Offa, Kwara State. Armed robbers stormed the community the afternoon of April 5, killing 17 people and raiding five banks. Eight police officers at Owode Division, Offa, were also killed in the attack, and the robbers made away with police arms and ammunition. The police arrested seven suspects within the first two days of the attack and made more arrests on later dates. The police had earlier withheld the names of the first batch of suspects, saying doing so could jeopardize efforts to arrest the remaining members of the gang or/and threaten the entire investigation into the deadly robbery that had gripped the nation for the past one week. President Muhammadu Buhari and other Nigerian leaders have condemned the attack and called on the police to take immediate action to bring the perpetrators to justice. Jimoh Moshood, the police spokesperson at Force Headquarters, released details of the arrests, including recovered exhibits, in a statement to Premium Times around 6:00 p.m. Friday. Read the full statement below: SUSPECTS i) Adegoke Shogo 29yrs – Arrested in Offa ii) Kayode Opadokun 35yrs – Arrested in Offa iii) Kazeem Abdulrasheed 36yrs – Arrested in Offa iv) Azeez Abdullahi 27yrs – Arrested in Offa v) Alexander Reuben 39yrs – Arrested on the 11th April, 2018 in Lagos vi) Jimoh Isa 28yrs – Arrested on the 11th April, 2018 in Lagos vii) Azeez Salawudeen 20yrs – Arrested in Offa and victim’s phone and sim cards recovered from him viii) Adewale Popoola 22yrs – Arrested in Offa and victim’s phone and sim cards recovered from him ix) Adetoyese Muftau 23yrs – Arrested in Ibadan, Oyo State x) Aminu Ibrahim 18yrs – Arrested in Ilorin xi) Richard Buba Terry 23yrs – Arrested in Ilorin xii) Peter Jaba Kuunfa 25yrs – Arrested in Ilorin These three (3) last suspects in whose possession another Beretta pistol and Fourteen (14) rounds of live ammunitions were recovered. EXHIBITS i. Two (2) Beretta Pistols ii. Twenty (20) Rounds of Live Ammunition iii. Four (4) Phones and SIM cards belonging to victims, some of whom were killed during the attack Consequent on the Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim K. Idris NPM, mni, deployment of high-powered Police Investigation Team, Armoured Personnel Carrier (APC), Three (3) units of Police Mobile Force (PMF) and Anti-Robbery equipment to Kwara State to carryout discreet investigation into the banks robbery, prevent further attacks and bring perpetrators to justice; the high-powered Police Investigation Team deployed in synergy with the State Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department have arrested the Nine (9) above mentioned Armed Robbers directly involved in the Banks Robbery and attack on a Police Station in Offa, Kwara State. 2. The Police teams engaged in massive raids of identified criminal spots/flashpoints, stop and search operations, visibility and confidence building patrols, intelligence gathering which led to the arrest of the suspects. Some of the arrest also involved serious exchange of gun fire between the Police and the suspects in their various hideouts. 3. The following are the suspects arrested and have admitted to the various criminal roles they played in the banks robbery attacks and are also assisting Police investigation into the incident. i) Adegoke Shogo 29yrs Native of Offa Kwara State, he was arrested in Offa after the bank robbery and the attack on the Police Station. He is drug baron and also an Indian Hemp dealer in Offa Kwara State. According to intelligence gathered from cultivated and reliable informant, he is alleged to be one of the sponsors of the robbery attack and the Police Station in Offa. He has made useful statements to the roles he played in the armed robbery. ii) Kayode Opadokun 35yrs Native of Offa Kwara State, He was found out to have been released from Prison Three (3) months ago after Serving only 8months of his sentence years for Armed Robbery, Notorious Armed Robber and confirmed Gang member of the Offa Bank Robbers. A Barrette pistol and six (6) rounds of live ammunition was recovered from him. He has admitted to the criminal roles he played in the Offa Banks robbery. iii) Kazeem Abdulrasheed 36yrs Native of Offa Kwara State, A Gang member from whom a Victim’s phone was found. He was arrested in Offa iv) Azeez Abdullahi 27yrs Native of Offa Kwara State, Gang member from whom a Victim’s Phone and SIM Cards were recovered. v) Alexander Reuben 39yrs Native of Isoko LGA Delta state, He is a Notorious, Deadly and Hardened Bank robber from whom GMPGs, Rocket launchers and Several Rifles were recovered in 2015, He was released from Prison in December 2017. He was arrested on the 11th April, 2018 in Lagos. vi) Jimoh Isa 28yrs Native of Okene Kogi State indicted by Technical intelligence generated on the Bank Robbers. He was arrested on the 11thApril, 2018 in Lagos. 4. Three000 (3) suspects namely Azeez Salawudeen 20yrs, Adewale Popoola 22yrs and Adetoyese Muftau 23yrs from whom Two (2) phones and SIM cards belonging to victims were recovered have also made confessional statements admitting to the various roles they played in the commission of the crime. 5. (i) Aminu Ibrahim 18yrs – Arrested in Ilorin, ii) Richard Buba Terry 23yrs and iii) Peter Jaba Kuunfa 25yrs These three (3) suspects in whose possession another Beretta pistol and Fourteen (14) rounds of live ammunitions were recovered were arrested in connection with the Offa bank robbery. They have previously been investigated and charged to court for armed robbery and cultism. They have made confessional statements admitting to the various criminal roles they played in the recent bank robbery in Offa. 6. All the suspects during investigation confessed to the various criminal roles they played in the commission of the crime, however, investigation is being intensified to arrest other suspects still at large and bring them to justice. 7. The Nigeria Police Force once again deeply commiserates with the Government and People of Kwara State, most especially the people of Offa and the families of the victims. The Force will leave no stone unturned in unravelling this dastard act and bring all those responsible to justice. The Force appreciates the supports from members of the public so far and calls for calm and their cooperation to sustain the normalcy that has been restored in the State. ACP JIMOH MOSHOOD FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER FORCE HEADQUARTERS
  12. A Yaba Chief Magistrates’ Court sitting in Lagos on Wednesday remanded a Danish national, Peter Nielsen, who was suspected of killing his wife, Zainab Ali- Nielsen and their three-and-a-half-year-old daughter, Petra. Chief Magistrate Kikelomo Ayeye remanded Nielsen, 53, in Ikoyi Prison, following an application by the police. Nielsen was docked on a two-count charge of unlawful killing. Nielsen’s plea was not taken. He was represented by Frank Udoka Amah. Prosecuting counsel, Effiong Asuquo, tendered a three-page application, containing 15 grounds for Nielsen’s remand in prison. He said: “There is overwhelming forensic evidence linking the defendant to the assault and murder of his wife and daughter. The investigation has also shown that the defendant was habitually violent to his late wife, Zainab.” According to Asuquo, a fight broke out between the couple in their flat at about 3:00 a.m. on that fateful day. Nielsen was allegedly seen fighting and hitting the deceased’s head on a wall by her two relations, Mimi, 11, and Faith, 13 who lived with them. She died from injuries sustained from the assault. The prosecutor alleged that Nielsen then poisoned Petra before dragging her body into the kitchen. Asuquo said: “He took the lifeless little girl and put her under the mother’s body and then put on gas stove burners in the kitchen so that it will be believed that the wife and daughter were suffocated to death by the cooking gas. It is in the national interest that the suspect remain in prison pending legal advice and his arraignment and trial.” Chief Magistrate Ayeye upheld his prayer. She remanded Nielsen in prison and adjourned the case till May 8 for the DPP’s advice.
  13. The SARS operatives during the incident Following reports that a man was feared dead after being beaten by operatives of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Ogba two day ago, the Lagos state police command has reacted. In a video shared by Instablog, eyewitnesses said the incident happened at Haruna Bus stop after the victim had just stepped out of an eatery when he was accosted by some SARS officers who demanded a phone check, but he refused. Angered by his refusal, they descended heavily on him, as seen in the video above. He reportedly died later. While reacting to the report, the Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos state SP Chike Oti said the story is unfounded. Read police statement below: ALLEGATION THAT A CITIZEN WAS BEATEN TO DEATH BY SARS OFFICERS, UNFOUNDED. The attention of the Lagos State Police Command has been drawn to the news making the rounds on the social media that SARS operatives, on Monday 9th of April, 2018, beat a citizen until he was dead. Based on the video clip of the incident which went viral on the social media, the Command began an investigation into matter. Part of its findings was that no such incident took place at Haruna Bus stop, Ogba on Monday 9th April,2018; there was no record of it being reported at any of the police formations within Ogba Area Command nor was it reported at any of the Command’s complaint platforms. Besides the above, it is a common knowledge that such an incident cannot happen in the city of Lagos without an uproar at the venue of incident; it is in this regards that plainclothes detectives were deployed to enquire from the people living and doing business around the popular Haruna bus stop whether such incident ever happened in their area and not a few were embarrassed by such question because according to them it never happened. The Command, therefore, wishes to advise the public to take unverified news emanating from social media platforms with a pinch of salt. Media houses of all categories are also advised to seek confirmation of information available to them from the police before pushing it out to the public. SP Chike Oti Police Public Relations Officer, Lagos State Police Command. Watch video below:
  14. WIND BLEW COCAINE INTO MY HANDBAG, DANCER TELLS POLICE A Florida dancer who was busted with cocaine last month told officers the wind must have blown it into her purse, ABC 10 reports. Kennecia Posey, 26, was one of two passengers in a car that was stopped by Fort Pierce police after it was seen swerving in the roadway on March 21. When officers approached the vehicle, they detected the smell of marijuana coming from inside the car. Officers later found cocaine and marijuana inside Posey’s purse. According to police, Posey admitted the marijuana was hers, but denied having any cocaine. “I don’t know anything about any cocaine. . It’s a windy day, it must have flown through the window and into my purse,” Posey said, according to police. She was arrested and booked into the county jail.
  15. POLICE DISCOVERS OVER 420 GRAMS OF MARIJUANA, CODEINE & XANAX INSIDE MIGOS TOUR BUS THE MIGOS TOUR BUS WAS RAIDED BY POLICE OFFICERS IN BOONE, NORTH CAROLINA. A DISTINCT ODOUR OF MARIJUANA EMANATING FROM THE BUS TRIGGERED THE OFFICERS TO CONDUCT THE SEARCH AND OFFSET WAS ABSENT DURING THIS PERIOD. According to the Greensboro News & Records, three members of the Migos entourage were charged, but Quavo and Takeoff escaped without a slap on the wrist. The police were able to seize 420 grams of marijuana, 26 ounces of codeine, and an unspecified dosage of Xanax. The identity of the three arrested individuals has been revealed as Jharon Ahmad Murphy of Snellville, Georgia, Dominic Kevin Spigner, 26, of Smyrna Georgia, and Daryl Irvon McPherson, 25, of Cleveland, Ohio. they all face combined misdemeanour charges of possession of a controlled substance. Additional charges are possible, depending on State law.
  16. An alarm has been raised after a Nigerian man was arrested forcefully and brutally by metropolitan police officers in South Africa over his driver’s license. According to reports, the Nigerian man was stopped by the police officers while driving and it was discovered he had no driver’s license. In the process of his forceful arrest, the Nigerian man was allegedly stripped Nakked as he was tried to be bundled into their vehicle. Despite the man’s screams and shouting, the police officers continued with the arrest and placed him in handcuffs. The Eze Ndigbo in South Africa took to his Facebook page to post the below; Nigeria government see what South African Government are doing to Nigeria in South Africa, naked him, heating him on his p*nis because of driving Licence of which his friend said he got. Black Africa are Slavery in South Africa, Exenophobia is better than slave. Why South African forces is very wicked towards Nigeria in South Africa why?
  17. The Lagos State Police Command is on the trail of some gunmen who attacked a vehicle in the Amuwo Odofin area of the state and killed a police escort, identified only as Sergeant Musa. The robbers were also said to have injured the driver of the vehicle and escaped with N3m. It was learnt that the cop had escorted two officials of a plastic raw materials company in a Nissan Almera to a Zenith Bank branch at Amuwo Odofin around 2 pm to withdraw the cash. They were returning from the bank when the gunmen ambushed them on Babangida Road, Amuwo Odofin, and opened fire on the car. One Okoroafor, who drove the car, and the policeman, were shot by the assailants, while the third occupant of the vehicle escaped unhurt. A source, who lives in the community, told our correspondent that the robbers had fled with the money before a police team arrived at the scene. He said, “The attack happened on Tuesday, March 13. Their car was on Babangida Road that afternoon when the hoodlums, who were in another vehicle, intercepted them and shot continuously. “The car was driven by a middle-aged man. There was an armed riot policeman and another man inside the car. Before the policeman could engage the robbers, he had been shot. The driver also sustained an injury. I heard the survivors saying that the robbers escaped with the N3m they collected at Zenith Bank.” A police source also confirmed the attack. He said the survivors were officials of a firm that dealt in plastic raw materials on the Apapa-Oshodi Expressway. The source said, “The late cop was attached to the Police Mobile Force 20, Ikeja, from where he was posted to the company. The unhurt occupant of the car is the accountant of the company. The policeman had escorted them to Zenith Bank at Amuwo Odofin to withdraw N3m. “They were on their way back to the company when the hoodlums attacked them. The policeman died at a private hospital in FESTAC.” Another police source said the accountant and two officials of the bank were interrogated by the police in connection with the attack. “There was a suspicion that the robbery was calculated given the fact that it happened in the daytime in a busy area like Amuwo Odofin. The police are seriously concerned about the incident and efforts have been intensified to bring all the perpetrators to book. “The policeman’s rifle was recovered at the scene and his corpse was deposited in the Mainland General Hospital morgue for autopsy. Sergeant Musa was a very dedicated policeman. The police will use all the machinery at their disposal to bring the perpetrators to book.” The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Chike Oti, confirmed the robbery and the killing of the policeman. He said the robbers had been rounded up. He said, “The robbers in that incident have been arrested and we have recovered the rifle of the policeman. The suspects are helping the police to track their fleeing member. We are closing in on him.” On the bank officials, the PPRO said the police acted appropriately, saying, “without an insider, there won’t be an outsider. We will leave no stone unturned.” Attempts to get the reaction of Zenith Bank proved abortive as calls put across to the telephone line of its Head of Corporate Communications, Victor Adoji, rang out. He had also yet to reply to a text message sent to him as of press time.
  18. Here’s an update on the bank robbery operation which caused panic and chaos among residents in Offa town of Kwara State. The robbers shot sporadically forcing residents and businesses to close shop in the Sanni Aba area of the town. Contrary to reports that four victims were killed, corpses of many victims including police officers have been discovered after the robbery operation including. The robbery was reported to have lasted for several hours on various banks in the area without any resistance from the police or the army. The robbers who came with heavy weapons and dynamites which they used for the operation on about five banks – carted away a huge amount of money and cars before escaping through Igosun route in the area…
  19. A team of Nigerian police officers have been hailed online following a nice gesture rendered to an old woman. According to a report, the police officers met the stranded woman and helped her after her bunch of palm fruits fell off from the wheelbarrow. Uchenna Onyeizu who hails from Aba, Abia state, wrote; Today, I saw the Nigeria Policemen from a very good point of view. This old woman was trying to tie her bunch of palm fruits to her bike when they suddenly fell off. These policemen were passing and stopped to give a helping hand. I was driving behind them and without their knowledge I smartly took these pictures!!! Really, we still have some men in uniform rendering unnoticed services to humanity. God bless you guys with promotions and good things of life!!!
  20. A female tourist was pulled over by cops for wearing an “indecent” pair of bikini bottoms. Officers spotted the unnamed woman riding on the back of a motorcycle in Bohol, Philippines last month. She was wearing a white top with a pair of bikini pants that exposed her bottom to passing motorists in the middle of a local religious festival. Cops were pictured pulling her over and ordering her to cover up her bare buttocks with a sarong. A police spokesman said: ”Baclayon Police Station led by Senior Inspector Raymond Halasan, chief of police and his Women and Children Protection Desk officer Christine Vidal flagged down the two indecent foreigners riding a motorcycle, issued violation tickets to them.” Neither of the couple were identified – but they were allowed to continue their journey in the popular resort. The pair were released with a ticket
  21. 9jaonline

    Police Rescues Atiku From Kidnappers

    POLICE RESCUES ATIKU FROM KIDNAPPERS THE TARABA POLICE COMMAND ON FRIDAY NIGHT SAVED ONE ALHAJI YAKUBU ATIKU FROM KIDNAPPERS AND KILLED FIVE SUSPECTS SET TO PERPETRATE THE ACT. The suspects had stormed Atiku’s home in Garba-Chede, Gassol Local Government Area of the state. They ran out of luck as operatives stormed the scene after being notified. In the ensuing exchange of gunfire, the police killed five of the attackers, the spokesman of the command, ASP David Misal, confirmed at a news conference on Saturday in Jalingo. Misal said: “The operatives attached to Bali Division on March 30 at 2300 hrs engaged a group of armed men suspected to be kidnappers and armed robbers. “The hoodlums on the same date invaded the residence of one Alhaji Yakubu Atiku of Garba-Chede in an attempt to kidnap him. The Taraba Police command on Friday night saved one Alhaji Yakubu Atiku from kidnappers and killed five suspects set to perpetuate the act. The suspects had stormed Atiku’s home in Garba-Chede, Gassol Local Government Area of the state. They ran out of luck as operatives stormed the scene after being notified.
  22. A 25-year old lady, Esther Alluya who allegedly tricked and defrauded a man, Mr. Emmanuel Ukpebor to the tune of N5m has been arrested by the police in Lagos. The incident happened at Yusuf Bishi Street Agodo Egbe where the transaction reportedly took place. Ukpebor was still surprised how Esther managed to trick and obtained such amount of money from him for an undisclosed business transaction. It was gathered that what made the transaction suspicious was the way the suspect cut communication as soon as she got the money from Ukpebor. She bolted away and disconnected every communication link between her and the victim. The matter was reported to the police at X-Squad Ikeja Command who trailed and arrested her. When the police asked her about the money, she said he had already spent the money and will not be able to refund it. Esther was charged to court thereafter and brouhht before the Presiding Magistrate, Mrs. O.A. Layinka for the alleged offence. She pleaded not guilty. She was granted bail in the sum of N500,000 with two sureties in like sum. However, she was remanded in prison custody pending when she will perfect her bail condition. The matter could not go on because of the recent transfer of Magistrates in the judiciary which had affected Mrs. Layinka who was in charge of the matter. The matter was therefore adjourned till a later date when the new Magistrate fully resumes at Court 3 Ikeja, Lagos.
  23. The Ogun State Police command says it has apprehended a suspected cultist, Daniel Bartholomew said to be on the wanted list of the police. According to Punch, he was arrested on Friday. The 19-year-old suspect, the command added, had been terrorising residents of Agbara and its environs for quite some time now. The state Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, said Batholomew had been on the wanted list of the command for the role he played in series of cult clashes in places like Agbara, Lusada and Igbesa. He said the suspect was arrested opposite Crawford University, Igbesa, by a team of policemen led by Ajoba Lamidi, an Assistant Superintendent of Police, when they were carrying out stop and search duty in the area. On sighting the policemen, Oyeyemi said the suspect, who was on a motorcycle, quickly made a U-turn but was hotly chased and apprehended. Recovered from him, he added, were one locally- made pistol and one expended cartridge. Oyeyemi said, “The suspect has made a confessional statement that he is a leading member of the dreaded Eye confraternity.” Meanwhile, the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu has ordered that the suspect be transferred to Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, for further investigation.
  24. Officers of the Rumuolumeni police station in Rivers state have busted a baby factory in the area. Following credible information, police officers arrested one Kelechi Okamgba, a 37-year-old woman who is alleged to be operating the baby factory at Rumuolumeni. She was arrested on 19/3/2018 at 11am. Upon her arrest, she led the Police to her Premises were four pregnant girls were found. The pregnant girls are; Obianuju Nze 22 years, Chinemerum Orji 18 years, Josephine Chimena 33years, Chidinma Ndukwe 17years. These pregnant girls are said to have gone there to mortgage their pregnancies and for possible sale to their identified customers.
  25. A Nigerian man has allegedly been shot dead by the Ghanaian police, while trying to flee during a raid on the house of some suspected internet fraudsters at Ashongman Estate in Accra. According to reports, the policemen stormed their house on Wednesday, March 21, 2018, and while the deceased, simply identified by his nickname, Aguero, was trying to flee, he was shot in the head. His fellow housemates were, however, arrested.

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