15 sectarian and thief suspects arrested in Lagos
Lagos State Police have arrested 15 alleged robbers and cultists at strategic locations in the Ikorodu and Lekki / Aja districts.
Lagos police spokesman Olumuywa Adejobi, in a statement released on Tuesday, December 29, named some of the arrested suspected sectarians, such as Shogun Ariyo, Kazim Akinpelu, Ibrahim Oni, Tobi Avoyefa, Yusuf Okunlovo, Haysanya Damola, Tohasan Hassan Ashiru, Onafovokan Michael, Folahan Adeola, Damilola Adeola and Julius Ihara.
Finds include eight iPhones, two Techno phones, a Nokia phone, three bags, a black belt, a white handkerchief with four lighters, black nylon, local amulets, some used and real ammunition, and two black 25-liter barrels of spray. …
Taye Lasisi was also arrested after calling a disaster from the Agunfoy area to Ikoroda, Lagos. A local revolver pistol was seized from him.
The declaration is readable;
“On December 28, 2020, at about 4:00 am, while responding to a distress signal from the Agunfoy area of Ikorodu city, the Ikorodu police observation team arrested a man, Taye Lasisi, 20, from Agunfoy, with a locally made Revolver pistol.
“After his arrest, the search was extended to other black spots in the area where 13 (thirteen) other sectarian suspects belonging to the Aye Brotherhood were arrested.”
Police in the Akodo area on 28 December 2020 at about 4 a.m. also arrested a cult suspect, Lekan Razak, m, 20, while attempting to rob house No. 25, Ibomide Street, Ibeju Lekki, Lagos. The suspect, who confessed to being a member of the Ey Brotherhood, was arrested using a locally made pistol with real cartridges.
Police Commissioner Hakim Odumos ordered to transfer suspects to State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID), Yaba for covert investigation