CP HAKEEM ODUMOSU VOWS TO DECIMATE CULTISM, ROBBERY IN LAGOS

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The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, has again reiterated his commitment to getting Lagos rid of armed robbers and cultists with the adoption of Community Policing strategies.

This was contained in a statement issued and signed by CSP Olumuyiwa Adejobi (mnipr) PPRO Lagos State Command Ikeja on the 2nd of January, 2021.

 

According to the statement, the police chief made the assertion today Saturday 2nd January 2021, while dishing out instructions on Police Communication Network to officers and men of the command on the need to take the battle against armed robbery and cultism to their dens across the state.

 

While briefing the Commissioner of police on their achievements, the commander RRS CSP Yinka Egbeyemi and Divisional Police Officer, Akodo Division, Ajah, respectively informed that their teams arrested 10 suspected armed robbers and 2 Aiye Confraternity members at various locations in the state.

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He also said that the RRS operatives, led by the Commander RRS, on patrol in Lekki, in the early hours of Friday 1st January 2021, arrested two suspected robbers operating on a motorcycle and eight (8) suspected criminals in their various hideouts.

 

The suspected robbers are Hussein Hudu, m, (23) and Ibrahim Bello, m, (25) while one Adamu Zango (35), still at large, viciously attacked and stabbed one Robert at the back around 4 am on Friday, in a bid to dispossess him of his bag and mobile phones.

Preliminary investigation reveals that the trio connived, converged, and lodged on Obalende Area, Lagos, in preparation for their robbery operation.

 

Items recovered from the robbery suspects include two knives and their operational motorcycle with Registration Number AGL 808 QL

Meanwhile, eight (8) suspected criminals including three (3) suspected cultists, five (5) drug dealers and takers were, in an all-night patrol on new year’s eve, picked up at different locations within the state.

The suspects include Kabiru Tajudeen, m, Ibrahim Hamed, m.  Elijah Ogbonna, m, Daniel Emmanuel, m, chukwuma Abiaza, m, Rafiu Kolawole, m, Ibrahim Ogundimu, m, and Nwerrih Elvis, m.

 

Similarly, the police operatives attached to Akodo Division arrested two (2) suspected members of Aiye Confraternity at Eleko Beach in an attempt to attack their targets in the area on Saturday 2nd January 2021 at 1 pm.

 

The suspects are Adegbenga Balogun, M, 25, and Temitope Yusuf, M, 24. Items recovered from them include one locally-made pistol with some live cartridges and some charms.

 

The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, has ordered that the suspects be transferred to State CID, Panti, Yaba, for proper investigation and prosecution.

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CP Hakeem Odumosu reaffirms his zero tolerance for crimes and social vices, especially cultism which is the root of all violent crimes.

He further vows to take the battle to their dens and flush them out of Lagos State according to the provisions of the law. “No room for armed robbers and cultists in Lagos”.

 

1 Comment
  1. Ritus says

    Thats good they should be dealt with. The police force are really trying their best

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