EXPLOSION ROCKS AGIP TRUNK LINE

Unidentified hoodlums have blitzed a major trunk line belonging to the Nigerian Agip Oil Company (NAOC) in Bayelsa State.

Airview gathered that the pipeline linking the Tebidaba flow station at Olugbobiri, Southern Ijaw Local Area, was attacked on Monday night.

A source from the community, who spoke in confidence, said the development brunt Agip to surcease the major trunkline.

He said the pipeline conveys crude oil to Agip terminal at Brass adding that security operations were ongoing to identify and arrest the attackers.

It was, however, gathered that some suspects were nabbed by operatives of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC).

A source from NSCDC, who spoke in anonymity , said the outfit would soon speak in the matter.

The Nation

SUG PRESIDENT, OTHERS APPREHENDED FOR CULTISM

The Police have apprehended the President of Students Union Government (SUG) of Federal Polytechnic, Ilaro, Ogun State, Adegboye Olatunji in connection with membership of the dreaded Back Axe Confraternity.

Also arrested along with the SUG President is one Olarewaju Taiwo for alleged membership of Black Axe

The two were arrested on Sunday while kitted in their cult regalia in a bush at Gbogidi area of Ilaro as they were allegedly trying to induct new members into the Black Axe Confraternity.

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Abimbola Oyeyemi, in a statement on Monday, said the Divisional Police Officer, Ilaro Divisional Police Headquarters, Olayemi Jacob, a Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP), led a team of Policemen to the bush and arrested the two with the help of some members of the public.

Abimbola, a Deputy Superintendent of Police(DSP), said the Police in Ilaro got a tip off that the suspects were sighted in the bush and were about to initiate new members when the Police stormed the location.

While the duo were arrested, others escaped through the bush.

According to the Police image maker, the suspects have been taken in custody at the Ilaro Divisional headquarters where they are being currently grilled.

The Commissioner of Police,  Kenneth Ebrimson, has given a directive for the transfer of the suspects to the Anti – cultists unit of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department(SCIID) for further investigation.

Lasu Student Ritual Ordeal: I ate Favour’s breasts, heart thinking it was goat meat’ – Mrs Bola Adeeko

Mrs. Bola Adeeko, one of the suspects arrested for killing and eating vital body parts of a final year student of Lagos State University, LASU, Favour Daley-Oladele, has claimed that she never knew that the concoction served her, which she ate, was prepared with the lady’s heart and breasts.

Mrs. Adeeko spoke with reporters at Eleweran, the headquarters of the Ogun State Police Command.

She was being paraded by the police alongside her son, Owolabi and Pastor Philip.

She said that the duo (Owolabi and Pastor Segun Philip), “deceived me into believing that the concoction was prepared with goat organs.”

The woman said she even vomited hours after eating the strange preparation by Pastor Philip while also denying knowing or participating in the killing of Favour.

According to her, she was “touched as a mother that someone’s daughter could be slaughtered and her organs used to prepare a delicacy.”

However, she said she actually went to Pastor Philip for “solution to my financial problems,” adding that she paid the pastor N200,000:00 to carry out the rites to redeem her from poverty.

Dismissed Soldier And Gang Members Arrested For Plotting To Rob A Bank (photo)

FOUR suspected armed robbers in military uniform, heading for Ekiti State to rob a bank, have been arrested in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital, by the operatives of the Inspector General of Police Special Tactical Squad (IGP – STS), attached to the Ogun State Police Command.

The suspects, Matthew Olagoke, Ahmed Abdulahi, Johnson Ojo and Adebanjo Bamidele were planning to attack a bank in Ekiti State on December 7 when IGP-STS became aware of the plot, trailed them to Ibadan and nabbed them as they were heading for Ekiti State.

Commissioner Kenneth Ebrimson, who paraded the suspects yesterday before reporters at Eleweran, the command’s headquarters, described the quartet as ‘fake soldiers’ and displayed the three shot guns, 20 live cartridges, three identity cards, four Automated Teller Machine (ATM) cards, seven phones, an expended cartridge and charms recovered from them.

The Nation gathered that the planned attack was spearheaded by a dismissed corporal in the Army, Adebamji Bamgboye.

The suspects were intercepted at the New Gbagi Market, along the Ibadan-Ife expressway in Ibadan where their vehicle was flagged down for a search by IGP-STS from Ogun Command, who had been on their trail from Abeokuta.

Ebrimson said that the gang specialised in robbing filling stations, banks as well as university hostels, adding that they had attacked University of Ibadan and Federal University of Technology, Akure (FUTA).

Speaking to reporters, the leader of the fake soldiers, Bamgboye, said that he was recruited to lead the robbery gang on a mission to the bank in Ekiti State after an assurance that the bank manager and six other employees of the bank had agreed to work for the success of the operation.

Lagos State Police Nab Murder Suspect

The Lagos state Police command arraigned one Amos Ekuma “m” of No 59 Ajipon Street, Ohio, Ogun State submitted himself to the Police at Ikorodu that he was in his shop on 13th of December, 2019, at about 1900hrs along Sabo road by Kokoro Abu Ikorodu, when one dry cleaner beside his shop popularly known as Actor attacked him with iron rod as a result of an argument that ensued between them earlier in the day that was resolved by neighbours.

That when he pushed him, the said actor fell down and was rushed to Ikorodu General Hospital for treatment but died while on admission.

The corpses was deposited in the mortuary for autopsy.

The suspect is placed in custody for discreet investigation by homicide detectives from the State Criminal Investigation Department, Yaba.

Tough times await for miscreant in Lagos and it environs, as CP Odumosu is a no-nonsense person, and a competent Police officer, an epitome of Justice, his leadership’s as a Police boss in Lagos will curb crime to the barest minimal. Group are commending his redeployment to Lagos, to be a thorn in the flesh of hoodlums, and other form of criminality are not safe or permitted to operate under his watch.

By Chuks Samuel.

Police Arrest 3 Armed Robbery Suspects


The operatives of Lagos states Police arrested three notorious robbers.

At about 2155hrs , one Ayanda Yemi ‘m’ of Road A, House 1, Green Heaven Estate Alatise town, Ibeju Lekki Lagos, reported at Elemero Police Station that, on the same date at about 2020hrs three armed robbers invaded his house and locked them inside a room.

They tied him up and disposed him of his techno phone and car key. He raised alarm which attracted neighbours.

One of the suspects, Ibrahim Hassan ‘m’ was instantly arrested while the remaining two escaped.

Detectives, through a thorough and painstaking investigation arrested the two fleeing suspects. The suspects will be charged to Court.

Police Arraigned a man for Unlawful Possession of Firearms

At about 0500hrs, The operatives from Morogbo Police Station arrested one Liasu Raji ‘m’ a security guard attached to Luri filling station, toll gate, along Badagry express way.

This disclosure was made by DSP Bala Elkana Police Public Relations Officer,
Lagos State.

The suspect was arrested with one English pump action and one single barrel riffle with ten rounds of live cartridges.

Investigation is ongoing, the suspect will be charged to Court.

Police orderly killed as gunmen abduct Appeal Court judge

Justice Chioma Nwosu-Iheme of the Court of Appeal Benin division has been kidnapped.

Information reaching BarristerNG.com, this morning is that Her Lordship was kidnapped by unknown gunmen while driving to Owerri from Benin this morning.

The vicious gunmen who killed her police orderly before the abduction was said to have trailed and intercepted her Jeep along Benin-Agbor road near Christ Choosen Church.

An eye witness told Crime News team that a Toyota Voltron car made up of 4 unknown gunmen suddenly overtook the Judge’s car and immediately opened fire, killing the police orderly on the spot. They then shot the tyre of the jeep forcing the driver to stop.

The female judge was hurriedly whisked into the hoodlums’ car where she was taken to an unknown destination. The police in Edo state is yet to make any statement just as the kidnappers are yet to make any ransom demand.

Suspect Arrested for Killing One Year Old Girl

Lagos state Police Security Operatives arraigned one Alhaji Garuba Isiaka for allegedly killing one year old girl.

This disclosure was made by DSP Bala, Lagos PRO.

At about 1850 hours, one Alhaji Garuba Isiaka ‘m’ of no 7 Ayo Ijaiye Street reported at Police Station that, on the same date at about 1800hrs, while at Berger he received a phone call from his younger brother Alhaji Mohammad Isiaka ‘m’ that one Isiaka Ayobami ‘m’ of No 2 Ayo Ijaiye Street Isheri forcefully seized his daughter named Nana Aishat Isiaka ‘f’ 1 year old from the mother and hit her on the ground. The Baby’s head was shattered and she died on the spot.

The suspect was almost lynched by angry mobs from the area, if not for the timely intervention of the Police. He will be charged to Court for murder.

  1. An Ex convict Arrested for armed robbery and cultism
    On 26/10/2019 at about 2015hrs one Olayemi Agbamuche ‘m’ reported at Bariga Police Station that he was robbed of his red bajaj motorcycle at Abeokuta street by Odion, Bariga by four hoodlums, armed with axe and sword. Detectives from Bariga Division swung into action and arrested one of the suspects, Folarin Moses ‘m’ about 23years old. He confessed to the commission of the crime.

He also confessed to be a member of Aiye Confraternity. He was released from prison recently after serving a jail term for similar offence. Effort is being made to arrest his other accomplices and to recover the stolen motor cycle. Investigation is ongoing

Police Nab Edo lawmaker for forgery, impersonation


The Edo State Police Command on Friday arraigned a lawmaker in the state House of Assembly, Ugiagbe Dumez, before the State Criminal Court on allegation of forgery and impersonation.

According to the police, Dumez and one other person now at large allegedly committed the offence sometime in 2001.

The 45 years old lawmaker was arraigned before Judge Ohimai Ovbiagele on six counts bordering on forgery and impersonation.

Dumez was alleged to have tampered with a document of West African Senior School Certificate marked: NGWASSCP 1230734 of December 2001 in the name of Ugiagbe Onaiwu Dumez, with examination No: 5131293070; by altering the original passport on it and superimposing his passport photograph on it.

The charge also accused Dumez of conspiring with the other suspect, now at large, to commit impersonation.

Similarly, with the intent to defraud, Dumez was said to have falsely represented himself to be the person whose passport photograph appears and wrote the same examination.

According to the charge sheet, “The offences are punishable under sections 21 (a) and 467 of the Criminal Code, Cap 48, vol. II, Laws of the Defunct Bendel State of Nigeria, 1976 as applicable in Edo State.”

However, after the charges were read, Justice Obviagele, adjourned the case until November 1, 2019 for the suspect to take his plea.