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Police inspector arrested for alleged murder


The Police Command in Lagos State has arrested one Insp. Charles Okoro, attached to the Ikotun Division for allegedly shooting and killing one Fatai Oladipupo, 28, along Obabiyi Road at Igando in Ikotun, near Lagos.

This is contained in a statement signed by the Lagos State Police Command’s Public Relations Officer, DSP. Bala Elkana, on Thursday in Lagos.

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Elkana said the inspector was arrested in connection with a deadly shooting incident reported on May 20.

“The inspector has been subjected to internal disciplinary procedure, known as Orderly Room Trial at the State Police Command’s Provost Department.

“If found guilty, he will be handed over to the State Criminal Investigation Department in Yaba for prosecution in a conventional court.

“Investigation is going on to unravel the circumstances surrounding the shooting incident.”

Elkana said that the state’s Commissioner of Police, Mr. Hakeem Odumosu, extended his condolences to the family and friends of the deceased.

“Odumosu assures that justice will prevail.

“Members of the public will be updated on the outcome of the investigation,” Elkana said.


Group asks court to compel DSS, IGP to investigate Omo-Agege



The Incorporated Trustees of Empowerment for Unemployed Youths Initiative on Monday, asked the Federal High Court, Abuja to compel the Director-General, Department of State Services, (DSS), and the Inspector- General of Police to investigate the Deputy Senate President, Ovie Omo-Agege.

The group wants the security agencies to investigate Omo-Agege over his alleged conviction in the United States in November 1995.

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A motion ex parte filed by the group further prayed the court to order Omo-Agege to step down from office as deputy senate president pending the completion of the investigation.

Counsel to the group, Mr. Edward Omaga said his client asked the deputy senate president to step down to allow for transparent and fair investigation and to also prevent him from interfering with the investigation.

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The group also prayed the court to declare that refusal of the DSS and the IGP to investigate Omo-Agege would be deemed unjustifiable, wrongful, and tantamount to dereliction of duties under the relevant laws that established them.

According to Omaga, in the affidavit attached to the motion exparte, until the DSS and the IGP are compelled by an order of the court, they will continue to refuse to investigate Omo-Agege.

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The plaintiff said in the suit that it was convinced that any action or inaction of persons occupying elective and appointive positions would have a direct impact on the overwhelming unemployed youths in the country.
No date has however been fixed for hearing in the suit.

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Vera Uwaila Omozuwa: Melaye reacts to rape, murder inside RCCG church



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Senator Dino Melaye has called on relevant agencies to arrest the perpetrators of the rape and murder of Vera Uwaila Omozuwa, a 100-level Microbiology student of the University of Benin, UNIBEN.

Uwaila was allegedly raped and killed by some unknown persons while reading in an RCCG, church in Benin City.

He called on the Attorney General of the Federation, Justice Abubakar Malami, the Inspector General of Police, (IGP) Mohammed Adamu, and the Director-General of the Department of States Services, DSS, Yusuf Magaji Bichi, to arrest the demons responsible for the crime.

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Melaye, in a tweet on his official Twitter page on Monday, said he would protest in the street if the perpetrators are not arrested.

Melaye tweeted:

“Law Enforcement Agencies must find perpetrators of Rape and Murder of 22-Year-old Uwa Omozuwa that happened in a Church in Benin city.

“The Attorney General of the Federation, IGP and DG DSS must unravel the demons responsible, or we take to the street. Enough is Enough.”

Meanwhile, the General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye, on Sunday condemned the terrible incident.

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Adeboye commiserated with the deceased family and called for calm.

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How I got Salawa Abeni’s nvde photos, 19-year-old blackmailer confesses



A 19-year-old boy, Olufowoke Oladunjoye Emmanuel, has told the police in Lagos how he laid his hands on some nude photos of the Waka Queen, Salawa Abeni.

WuzupNigeria reports that Emmanuel had tried to blackmail Salawa Abeni.

Emmanuel also told his interrogators he was there when his mother was cursing Salawa’s blackmailers not knowing he was the culprit.

The suspect, a National Diploma Holder (OND) of Electrical Engineering, Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH) was arrested by the Rapid Response Squad (RRS), Ikeja, Lagos, for threatening to release nude pictures of the popular musician on the internet if she didn’t pay him money.

The RRS officials were shocked to discover that a teenager was behind the blackmailing of Salawa.

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Emmanuel said he was the mastermind of the ploy to publish Salawa’s nude pictures in exchange for money. He added that he was alone in the scheme.

The suspect explained that he saw the nude pictures in a memory card which he picked on the ground on YABATECH campus sometime in November 2019.

After downloading Salawa’s nude pictures on his phone, he then got her mobile number from her Instagram page and started chatting with her.

He said:

“On April 1, 2020, I chatted her up and also called her after sending a few of the photos to her online. My intention was to negotiate with her for a few bucks and then destroy the photographs. I thought everything was going on fine until the following day when I heard the news of the blackmail over the radio.

“I was with my mother. My mother was even cursing the blackmailer, unknown to her that I was the person. I sneaked out, destroyed the memory card and threw my mobile phone and SIM card into a nearby wetland in Magboro. Since then, I never mentioned it to anyone or called Madam Salawa Abeni about it again.”

The suspect, living at Brentfield Avenue, Peace Estate, Magboro, Ogun State, was picked up by the Decoy Team of RRS on Thursday, after three days of surveillance.

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The Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Hakeem Odumosu, sequel to the attempt to blackmail Salawa sometime in April 2020, directed RRS Commander, a Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), Mr. Olatunji Disu, to fish out the suspect.

A police source said:

“After technical diagnosis of the complaint, the Decoy Team narrowed down on the suspect a few days later. The suspect couldn’t be picked because of the prevalence of COVID-19.”

Odumosu stated that no individual would be allowed to commit a crime in Lagos from any state or escape to other states in Nigeria to evade arrest.

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He added:

“Parents and guardians should monitor their wards. The internet is a fertile ground for opportunities but the command will not allow criminals to use it as avenue to exploit law-abiding Lagosians.”

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