Woman caught with Indian cannabis injures NSCDC employee in Ekiti
A 20-year-old woman named Muibat Ahmed was arrested by the Nigeria Civil Defense and Security Corps of the Ekiti State Command on charges of possession of marijuana.
The State Commander, NSCDC, Mr. Solomon Iyamu, said the suspect, while trying to resist arrest, injured the officer who was called to arrest him.
Iyamu, who made the exposure at Ado Ekiti on Saturday when he posed the suspect along with 10 others arrested during the Eid el-Fitri holiday, said commanders were still investigating the incident, adding that Ahmed would face charges of possession illegal drugs and aggression. …
The commander said that another suspect, 58-year-old Michael Ogundare, was arrested in Iker-Ekiti on suspicion of food poisoning and rape.
The head of the NSCDC said: “It is believed that he (Ogundare) forcibly entered the victim through the anus. Previously, presumably, he fed her suspiciously poisonous food, due to which she lost consciousness and became incapacitated. “
He said that another suspect, 21-year-old Olusegun Olasunkanmi, was arrested in the Adebayo area of Ado Ekiti for cyber harassment.
“The suspect had a fleshly acquaintance with the minor and took nude photographs of her, which he sent to his friends without the victim’s knowledge,” Iyamu said.
According to him, three other male suspects in Plateau State, identified as Manpol, are 25 years old; Gina, 30; and John Dashir were also arrested in Ado Ekiti on charges of breaking into a supermarket and stealing bags of rice and other valuables.
Iyamu added that the five suspects are male: Aladegoroe Michael, 35; Abubakar Musa, 20 years old; Imuraina Haruna, 20 years old; Zayar Usman, 25; and Mustafa Abdullahi, 25, were arrested in Emur-Ekiti for conspiring to steal six separate air conditioners from a city bank.
“The suspects explained that these things were sold to them by a bank security officer,” he said.
The NSCDC commander, who said all the suspects were in custody by the command that helped the investigation, added that they would be indicted following the strike by the judiciary.
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