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  1. TREY SONGZ SURRENDERS TO POLICE OVER DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CHARGES American singer, Trey Songz has surrendered himself to the Los Angeles Police Department sequel to domestic violence charge. Trey Songz kept himself away from the public for a while, but now he has surrendered himself to LAPD on domestic violence charges early Monday morning. The news comes shortly after the singer released a statement on Twitter about the controversy. Trey is being accused of choking and punching ‘Andrea Buera’ at a Hollywood Hills party last month around the All-Star weekend but the singer maintains that he is “being lied on and falsely accused for someone’s personal gain.” TMZ reports that he was booked around 6 am and released at 8 am on a $50k bond. The investigation will go on.
  2. Police Warns Citizens Planning To Protest Land Use Charge in Lagos IN A STATEMENT SIGNED BY THE NIGERIA POLICE PRO, SP CHIKE OTI, THE COMMAND STATED THAT THEY HAVEN’T RECEIVED ANY FORMAL APPLICATIONS FROM ANY GROUPS THAT PLAN TO PROTEST AND HAS REVEALED THAT THEY WON’T LET THE PEACE OF LAGOS STATE BE COMPROMISED. The attention of Lagos State Police Command has been drawn to the news making the rounds that a group of persons under the sponsorship of some mischief makers, and who are masquerading as civil rights activists, intends to block the Third Mainland Bridge and occupy some critical public infrastructures in Lagos to protest the increase in the Land Use Charge by the government of Lagos state. The Command wishes to warn those concerned that any attempt by any individual or group of persons to cause a breach of the peace or infringe on the rights of others to pursue their daily aspirations, would be met with stiff resistance. As it stands, the Commissioner of Police, Lagos State has not received a single application from any group wishing to carry out protest in any part of the state. It is therefore advised that these individuals wanting to protest government decision should consult with the police as it was the case with the Nigeria Bar Association before they carried out their very peaceful protest for which the police provided the needed security and ensured it was not hijacked by hoodlums. Once again, the Command wishes to reiterate that it would not allow any group of protesters to compromise the peace in Lagos State in whatever guise. Any group of persons that feel strongly against any policies of the government should explore the judiciary option instead of endangering the public peace. SP Chike Oti Police Public Relations Officer Lagos State
  3. Evans sues Police, demands N1bn damages over sealed properties Alleged kidnap kingpin, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, a.k.a Evans, on Tuesday, filed a fresh suit at a Federal High Court in Lagos, seeking N1 billion damages against the Police over alleged unlawful sealing of his property in Lagos. The suit, filed by his lawyer, Mr. Olukoya Ogungbeje, has as the Inspector General of Police, Nigeria Police, Inspector General of Police, Intelligence Response Team, (IRT), ACP Abba Kyari and DSP Phillip Rieninwa as respondents. The applicant is seeking a declaration that the forceful seizure, confiscation, and sealing of his property by the respondents without any court order is illegal, wrongful and unconstitutional. . He wants an order compelling the respondents jointly and severally to immediately and unconditionally release the properties as listed in the motion papers. In addition, is asking the court for an order compelling the respondents to immediately and unconditionally unseal and vacate the applicants two residential houses located in the highbrow area of Magodo in Lagos. Other reliefs are an order compelling the respondents to severally and jointly tender an apology to the applicant and to pay him the sum of N1 billion being general and exemplary damages for the alleged forceful seizure and confiscation of the applicant’s property without a court order. A perpetual injunction restraining the respondents from tampering or taking any action against the applicant or any of his properties in relation to this case. . Some of the properties listed in the application include N50m cash, two residential duplex, brigade wrist-watch worth $170,000, a phone worth $30,000 and five pieces of Saphono Rucci Diamond rings worth $100,000. Others are three Italian travel bags worth $55,000, 10 Spanish shoes each worth N2.5m, 20 KVA inverter set worth N10m, two sets of dining table worth N8m. The applicant also wants N4m as the cost of action against the respondents.
  4. A suspected rapist was arrested by security operatives on Friday, March 9th, while trying to R@pe a schoolgirl. The suspect was immediately descended upon as he was mobbed and beaten mercilessly by the people around before the police intervened. The incident happened in Lundi, Masvingo area of Zimbabwe. One of the passersby who were present during the arrest – was spotted enjoying the ‘view’ of the suspect’s joystick before he was taken away by the police.
  5. A singer, Barbie Jay and his lover were arrested after they were caught having Sex in the middle of the night by police officers. According to reports, the police operatives spotted the pair having $ex after seeing the movement of the vehicle which there were in. They were both arrested and taken in custody. The incident reportedly happened yesterday night in Uganda. According to reports, the singer who is married – just welcomed a new baby with his wife last week. Online users have reacted to this – with many saying the police were wrong in arresting the man and his lover because they are both adults and can do whatever they like..
  6. A Nigerian police officer serving with B Division in Warri, Delta State was caught by the good people of Okere Urhobo community having sex with his stepdaughter today He was paraded alongside the girl by the youths of the community.
  7. The suspected bomb markers who arrested by police operatives in Edo State have been paraded. This comes after a suspected bomb factory was uncovered in Iddo, Okpella, in Estako East local government area of Edo State after an explosion in the area. One of the suspected bomb makers was killed in the explosion while another person’s leg was also chopped off by the blast, the Nation reports. The building where the suspected bombs were manufactured is a three- bedroom apartment which the villagers said was occupied by some men from Kogi State. Eyewitnesses said they ran for safety when they heard the explosion on Monday evening. One of the occupants, who reportedly escaped with a car loaded with prepared explosives, arms and ammunition, abandoned the vehicle along a bush path and fled.
  8. The police have said that making phone calls at filling stations is a criminal offence which could land the offender in jail. The Force Public Relations Officer, Jimoh Moshood, stated that an offender could be prosecuted and jailed for attempted arson. He noted that police officers have the authority to arrest anyone found making phone calls or smoking at filling stations. He described the filling station as a public facility where motorists cannot act as they like on account of the inflammable products like petrol and other petroleum products being dispensed there. Moshood, therefore, cautioned the public against violating the safety rules forbidding smoking and phone calls at filling stations. He said, “Making phone calls or smoking at filling stations is a criminal offence and the police, of course, could arrest anyone violating the safety rules put in place to safeguard life and property at the filling stations.”
  9. EndSARS - Check out the photos of protesters allegedly paid by Nigerian police to counter nationwide rally. Nigerian Police authorities allegedly “rented protesters” to counter #EndSARS rally in Abuja today According to photos shared by Sahara Reporters, some of them hid their faces as journalists took photos of them. More photos below
  10. The family of Bajulaiye in Lagos have sued the police for allegedly aiding their tenant, Mr. Isaac Anumudu, to forcefully take over their property on Victoria Island and detaining four of their members. In a suit they filed before the Lagos State High Court in Igbosere, the family claimed that the police invaded their property known as No. 8, Agoro Odiyan Street, Off Adeola Odeku Street, Victoria Island, at the instance of Anumudu. The family, who claimed that the property was bequeathed to them by their late father, Mr. C.O. Bajulaiye, said they were bewildered at “the strange claim to ownership of the building” by Anumudu and his company, Crown Star Ltd. Their lawyer, Mr. Ebun-Olu Adegboruwa, is contending that the detention of the family members is illegal; adding that the statutory duty of the police does not extend to tenancy-related matters. The family, through Adegboruwa, are seeking a court declaration that the arrest and detention of their members by the police “constitutes a flagrant violation of the applicants’ fundamental rights guaranteed under sections 35, 38, 40 and 41 of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999.”
  11. The spokesperson of the Nigerian Police Force, Jimoh Moshood has said the people calling for the proscription of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) may be armed robbers. Speaking to TheCable on Sunday, Jimoh Moshood, police spokesman, said SARS has lived up to its duty of curbing violent crimes and so, calls for its proscription should be "totally condemned". "As we speak, SARS is doing fantastically well across the country in reducing incidents of robbery to the barest minimum... they are doing very, very well," Moshood said. "There has not been any specific violation of human rights against any SARS personnel. So anybody that is spreading such a rumour is not doing the nation any good. "SARS has no excesses and when there is any, we do investigate. "The call for SARS to be scrapped should be condemned by all well-meaning Nigerians. Anybody calling for their proscription is not doing the nation any good and such people should be suspected as having something to hide." Moshood urged Nigerians with complaints against any police officer - "whether SARS or any other personnel" - to channel their complaints through established channels. "Accessibility (to the police in cases of complaints) is very possible, he said, adding: "We do not take any infraction or violation of human right of any Nigerian likely. You know that so many police officers have been dismissed and even charged to court." "So, Nigerians should not give in to insinuations from people that just come to the social media and start spreading falsehood. Such people spreading such information may likely be armed robbers themselves. "There is laid down rules for police procedures and any police officer that go beyond boundary to do something outrageous which is against the law is apprehended."
  12. A dangerous gang of armed robbers have stormed a branch of UBA in Lapai, Niger state on Wednesday. They ended up killing two police officers and a banker. According to PoliticsNGR, the robbers successfully broke into the bank and reportedly carted away huge sums of money. It was gathered that the robbers attacked UBA bank along Suleja road just beside Kobo Campus of IBB University before attacking First Bank along Minna road. It was learnt that the criminals gained entry into the town through Lapai-Gulu road in two cars.They kidnapped the manager of First Bank. The attack on both banks lasted over an hour. They carted away cash in big bags and escaped through Lapai-Paiko road. A team of soldiers and police officers chased down the robbers but so far no arrest has been announced.

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