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Fake soldier

Unbelievable! Dismissed, serving soldiers, policemen fight for escort jobs

But alas! The father of one was discovered to have merely been parading himself as a Soldier. His true identity was revealed last week following his arrest over an alleged theft at a friend’s apartment. A mild drama was said to have played out when policemen came to effect his arrest. Eye witnesses told Crime Alert that Iheanacho who boasted that he could not be arrested by the policemen, put up resistance, during which he allegedly fought with the policemen.

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•The suspects

Murder of artisan in Lagos: We are innocent – Suspects

THE five suspected killers of a 20-year-old artisan identified simply as Shina at Cele-Nica along the Badagry Expressway in Lagos, have stated that they knew nothing about the murder of the deceased. The suspects: Christiana Akpan (31), a sex worker, Oluwasina Aregbo (34), a disc jockey (DJ), Tureeb Ganiyu (22), Kelly Onochie (23), and Bamidele Ajibade (41); who police alleged were arrested at the scene of the crime, rather gave different conflicting accounts of how they were arrested.

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CP Owoseni and RRS Commander, ACP Disu during an outing.

Showcasing new, improved RRS – ACP Disu’s magic wand

Don’t forget that RRS is just a unit in the Lagos state police setup, and the Commissioner of Police is in charge and has laid down strategies to effectively combat crime in the state. All parts of Lagos has been mapped out. That is why we are seriously battling robbery in traffic and other crimes. We have seen increase in changes and the crime is going down.

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Levi Imoter

I take responsibility for the killing of 34 colleagues — EX-CULT LEADER

29- year- old Levi Imoter was a notorious cultist for over 10 years. He engaged in the worst crimes imaginable, including armed robbery, and operated from Benue, through Bauchi to Borno. In this encounter, he recounts how he led many university undergraduates into cultism and armed robbery; his waterloo during a robbery operation in Maiduguri; life in prison and how his death sentence was reversed through divine intervention. He says he would spend the rest of his life preaching the mercy and love of God through Jesus Christ who delivered him from the jaws of death. He is the brain behind Renewed Mind Foundation International.

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The Police boss  parading the suspects and the recovered arms and ammunition

We have superior weapons than police – suspected arms dealer

The Police in Benue State, recently, got a shocking revelation from one of the arrested suspected criminals who deals in illegal arms in the state. The occasion was during a parade by the new Commissioner of police in the state, Paul Yakadi, after his command recorded a breakthrough by arresting about 55 cult and armed robbery suspects in a major operation and clampdown on masterminds of crimes and criminality in the state.

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Our security template drove robbers, kidnappers out of Anambra – CP Hassan Karma

In terms of crime and criminality in Nigeria, Anambra State is, no doubt, rated high. This is not just because it is in the heart of the South-East but also shares borders with many other states, a situation that makes it easy for criminals to penetrate. However, efforts of government and security agencies seem to have put paid to the excesses of the criminals as shown in the successes recorded by the state Police Command. The state police boss, Hosea Hassan Karma, bares his mind to how he has been coping with the situation

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Police arrest 252 cultists in Delta

INTRODUCTION: Cultism has become a social dilemma. Some refer to it as a religious or social group with socially deviant or novel beliefs and practices. The group owes uncommon allegiance to their leaders. The struggle for influence, hegemonic supremacy, control and protection among cult groups is the fundamental and primary cause of the skirmishes and orgy of cult related killings and maiming of perceived enemies.

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‘My abductors confessed they hired guns from policemen, soldiers’

Maj. Frederick Anesah (retd), a former Commander, 2nd Military Intelligence Group at 2 Mechanised Division of the Nigerian Army, Ibadan, was released by kidnappers September 29 after 13 days in captivity. In this interview, Anesah spots a link between a loose gun allocation policy and the ease with which armed men procure weapons, while also suggesting that the gradual shift of high profile kidnapping from the Niger-Delta to the South-west. He shares his experience in kidnappers den.

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Sarah Bakare

How landlady, children, nearly beat tenant to death in Lagos

“After my rent expired, I paid N130,000 to my landlady on February 2, 2015 and for about a month, they didn’t trouble me or my children but in April, they renewed the attacks. Sometimes, I would buy water outside to allow peace reign. I then only fetched water when they were not in the house. I practically lived in fear. If I had known, I would have looked for another place when my rent expired.”

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