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Lagos Police Command Arrested Fake Sergeant With Indian Hemp

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The Lagos State Police Command Operatives attached to Area Command Area E Festac has arrested one David Omoruyi, ‘male’, 37, of No 4, Job Street, Afromedia, Otta-Awori LCDA, Lagos in possession of fake Police Identity Card and 30kg of weeds suspected to be Indian hemp.

The suspect, in company of his fleeing colleagues, were seen with some bags of Indian hemp on thier heads at Alaba Rago Market, Ojo Lagos, when the policemen accosted them and eventually arrested David while others fled.

David Omoruyi claimed he is a serving sergeant attached to Mopol 49, Epe, Lagos State. But after due interrogation and investigation, he confessed to be a fake policeman.

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He confessed that he used to flash the fake ID to gain access and for easy passage of their loots or drugs whenever they are on business.

The Commissioner of Police, Lagos State, CP Hakeem Odumosu, has directed that the suspects be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department, Panti, Yaba for discreet Investigation, while their fleeing members be searched for and brought to book with immediate effect.

CP Hakeem Odumosu also admonished the general public to always avail good and useful information to the police in order to discharge their duties diligently as expected.

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NDLEA Nab Suspected Drug Syndicate Who Imports Sophisticated Drugs baked In Cakes, Biscuits For Elites In Lagos

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The Officials of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, has nabbed Samuel Ebenezer, the leader of a syndicate that specializes in importing edibles and other confections (laced with drugs) for the elites in Lagos State.

NDLEA recorded the breakthrough when its operatives raided some drug spots in Agege, Ikorodu, Lekki, Okokomaiko and other parts of the state; destroyed major drug syndicates, arrested suspects and seized large quantities of hard drugs.

According to NDLEA, “One of the drug syndicates burst during the raids is coordinated by one Samuel Ebenezer in Lekki.

“His cartel imports special sophisticated drugs baked in cakes, biscuits and cookies from the United States and sells to the rich and affluent people in Lekki and Lagos Island.”

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During the raids, 90 suspects including an Indian were arrested, while over 614 kg of various types of drugs were seized.

While parading the suspects the Lagos State Commander of the Agency, Mr. Ralph Igwenagu, explained that “The breakdown of the seizures is as follows:

Suspected Drug Syndicate

Suspected Drug Syndicate

“Cannabis Sativa 577.020 kg; Cocaine 0.183kg, Heroine 0.003 kg, Tramadol 36.202kg (7,697) tablets, Rohypnol 0.208kg (646) tablets, Diazapam 0.462kg (2066) tablets, Exol-5 0.52kg (316) tablets, making a total of 614.396kg of different types of hard drugs seized.” The haul included a container-load of tramadol the agency intercepted at the Apapa seaport.

 

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Lamentations In Northern Nigeria As Bandits Strike, Abduct Over 300 School Girls In Zamfara

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At least 300 schoolgirls at Government Girls Secondary School, Jangebe in the Talata-Mafara Local Government Area of Zamfara State have been abducted by gunmen suspected to be bandit.

A staff of the school, who begged for anonymity, said the bandits arrived in the school around 1am on Friday with Hilux vehicles and motorcycles and forcefully evacuated the students.

He narrated that some of the bandits were in uniforms and pretended to be security personnel, then later broke into the students hostels and abducted more than 300 students.

“When they came into the school, we thought they were security personnel but to our utmost fear and dismay, they started putting the girls into Hilux vehicles and motorcycles then drove out of the school,” the source said, adding that the bandits were in the school for several hours without any challenge due to absence of the security agents.

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A parent of one of the girls, who gave his name as Malam Lawal Jangebe, said, “I nearly fainted when I heard about the abduction of the students including my daughter.”

The State Police Public Relations Officer, Mohammed Shehu confirmed the development.

“We are right now on our way going to the school where the incident happened.”

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Shehu said that, the police would brief the press when they returned from Jangebe town where the students were abducted.
The Zamfara abduction occurred some eight days after gunmen kidnapped dozens of students and workers of Government Science College in Kagara, Niger State

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Exposed: Kidnappers, Bandits Now Request For Drugs As Ransom – NDLEA Boss, Marwa Lament

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Chairman of the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Buba Marwa has revealed that kidnappers and armed bandits now request for drugs as ransom

Speaking at the inauguration of the Special Purpose Committee of the NDLEA, Marwa said the issue of drug abuse was gradually becoming a problem in the country.

He further revealed that the recent development was a contributing factor to the increased criminal activities in the country.

“Unfortunately, drug use does not show in the face, so you won’t know if your next-door neighbour is using drugs.

“We now have an increase in criminal acts starting with kidnapping, insurgency, and banditry. Now it has upgraded to rape and assassinations.

Chairman of the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Buba Marwa

Chairman of the National Drugs Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, Buba Marwa

“Behind it all is drug use. Criminals all use drugs, even kidnappers now ask for ransom in drugs and until we get to the root of the problem, these criminals will continue to flourish,” he said

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