Bayelsa Police Parades 5 Notorious Oil Vandals
It was another historic moment for the Bayelsa State Police Command, on Tuesday has the command paraded five notorious suspected kidnappers, oil pipeline vandals, including two brothers, who have been terrorizing and abducting innocent indigenes of the State.
Reports gathered that the five suspects who were arrested in a suburb of Yenagoa, the state capital, and Nembe Bassambiri, in Nembe Local Government Area of the state were arrested over offences bothering on pipeline vandalism, sea-piracy, kidnapping, and illegal oil bunkering.
Mr. Kelvin Sutomwa Martins, a 37-year-old popularly known as Lugard, according to the police was allegedly among the gang that blew up two trunk lines carrying crude oil on different occasions.
The police assured the public that suspects would be charged to court soon.
Yoruba Nation: Police Parades Arrested Protesters
Sequel to the peaceful protest embarked on yesterday about the creation of the Oduduwa nation. The Lagos state police command has paraded several protesters arrested on Saturday in the Ojota area of the state for participating in a rally calling for the break-up of Nigeria.It will be noted that officers from the Lagos command fired teargas and water cannons to disperse the protesters. The protesters had convened for what they branded 'Yoruba Nation rally', calling f...
Police Parades 72 Year Old Pastor for Raping 13 Year old Girl in Ibadan
As the country continues to witnessing some weird news of sexual harassment of kids, a 72-year-old pastor of Cherubim and Seraphim Church, Oke-Aseyori, Iyana Church, Monatan, Ibadan, Mr. Jimo Odunayo, has been arrested for allegedly defiling a 13-year-old girl, Rasaq Aisha.Odunayo was arrested along with Opeyemi Rasaq, who was also said to have played a role in the crime committed by the pastor.The state police Commissioner in the state, Ngozi Onadeko who paraded th...
Police Paraded 2 Notorious Cultists in Ogun
The police in Ogun State have arrested two men said to be suspected members of the Eiye confraternity.The arrest of the suspects followed an operation led by the DPO of Agbado division, CSP Adekunle Awoniyi, on September 4.The DPO had led the operation, in response to a tip-off about cult related activities in the Fadahunsi area of Ogun State.Omolola Odutola, the Police Public Relations Officer in Ogun, told newsmen in a statement that the prompt response of the pol...
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