Armed robbers lynched by mob in Lagos, burnt alive [Graphic Photos]

A Nigerian man, Sky Joe residing in Lagos has shared the story and photos of how suspected Armed robbers were burnt alive by an angry mob after they were caught.
Joe Sky wrote on the robbers being burnt alive:
“Ok, I posted Mercedes Benz and their ranges are the years passes bye just yesterday and begged my youths not to die for the new model for there will always be a new model.
Meanwhile these fellows disobeyed and decided to die for the maybe 2017 model while there will be a new model by next year so they st out for robbery, now they didn’t make it because the law did not catch up with them but their fellow barbarians in human nature caught up with them, They have been burnt to ashes now by some aspiring arm robbers who are lucky not have guns on them today.
Now these youths are gone all in the name of fast money while they could be handed over to the government to face the law, and maybe who knows they will learn their lessons and turn a new leave.
I am not supporting them for stealing but I am blaming this ones and you who sent in these pictures, why didn’t you alert the police with the time you spent taking pictures to upload for likes and comments.
Now what difference do you make of these lives wasted here? At the last day, ”If there be a last day” Everyone must surely answer to the call.
We are living in a country where barbarians wear cloths and lions have human face.
Once again Nigeria Ntooor.”
[Tori]

Notorious robbery duo terrorizing Lagos Island nabbed

Two Lagos Island youths, Olamilekan Kosoko, 21 and Tobi Quan, 28, who have been terrorizing Lagos Island residents have been arrested by the operatives of the Federal Special Anti Robbery Squad, FSARS, for alleged armed robbery.
According to the Police, the suspects on 5 November, 2016 invaded Aroloya Street in Isale-Eko, Lagos Island with Mascot and Lookman now at large, armed with guns, cutlasses and other dangerous weapons to rob residents of various houses and carted away their properties.
However, luck ran out on them when they returned to the area on 6 November, 2016. On sighting them, some residents sent a distress call to the DCP in charge of FSARS, Mr. Ibrahim Kaoge, for help.
The DCP dispatched a team led by Insp. Rotimi Ola to the scene to rescue the residents from the robbers.
On sighting the police, Mascot and Lookman, now at large, according to investigations reportedly opened fire on the police and in the ensuing gun battle, the two managed to escape while Kosoko and Quan were arrested and taken to the station.
During investigation, according to the police, Quan allegedly confessed to the crime that they have robbed residents of Ebute-Metta, Ajah and Lagos Island with guns and sold the stolen properties to their receiver, Zazi Mohammed Usman.
He led the police to arrest the receiver. Quan also allegedly told the police that Mascot and Lookman are the owners of the three guns and five cutlasses they used for the operation. All the suspects were arraigned before an Igbosere magistrate court, Lagos on a four count charges of armed robbery and receiving stolen properties.
Police prosecutor, Insp. Abraham Fadipe said the offences the accused persons committed are contrary to sections 5(b) and punishable under section 1(2)9(a) of the robbery special provision act CAP 393 and (a)(b) of the robbery and firearms special provision 1 act CAP xxi, laws of the Federation of Nigeria and sections 409, 326(1) of the criminal laws of Lagos State, 2011.
The plea of the accused persons was not taken and magistrate Mrs. A. T. Omoyele ordered that the accused persons be remanded in prison custody for DPP’s advice on the matter.
She adjourned the case until 16 April, 2017 for mention.
[Tori]

Shocking! Commotion erupts in Lagos as woman transforms into bird [Photos]

There was serious drama in Lagos recently after a woman allegedly transformed into a bird. The woman said to be a witch was arrested by a higher power after reportedly transforming into the animal.
According to Stephen Ihesiaba, the Overseer at The Lord’s Army Ministry in Lagos who shared the photos, the incident attracted the attention of a large crowd who came to catch a glimpse of the woman who transformed.
“May Almighty God continue to disgrace your enemy. Any evil man or woman transforming to any kind of animal or bird flying against you Shall be disgraced openly in JESUS CHRIST NAME……….” Ihesiaba added.
[Tori]

Pastor threatens to curse members after duping them of N2m in Lagos

A 41-year old female Bishop, Rev. Mrs Adline Ngozi of the Gods’ Bible Church in Lagos State was Wednesday charged before an Ejigbo Magistrate’s Court for her alleged involvement in fraud and duping of members.

The female clergy was alleged to have obtained the sum of N1 million each from two members of her congregation, Mrs Temitope Kadri and Dr. Mrs Ishaq Olanrewaju under the guise of investing in a five-year deposit scheme with an interest of N100, 000 every month.

According to PM Express, the victims allegedly fell into the trap and gave her the money since last year and were expecting the returns.

But to their utmost shock, they realized that the whole investment was a scam.

However, when the victims asked for return of their money after the duping had happened, the Imo State-born clergy reportedly threatened to place a curse on them to scare them from demanding for the money.

The victims consequently reported the matter to the police at Idimu division.

Rev. Ngozi was then arrested and charged to court with fraud under the Criminal Code.

At the court sitting yesterday during her arraignment, she pleaded not guilty.

In her ruling, the presiding Magistrate, Mrs. J.O.E Adeyemi granted the accused bail in the sum of N200, 000 with two sureties in like sum.

The clergy was remanded in prison custody pending perfection of her bail terms.

The presiding magistrate adjourned the matter till 19 April 2017 for hearing.

[Daily Post]

Three brothers nabbed selling poisonous beans preserved with ‘Sniper’ in Lagos

Three siblings were Wednesday paraded by the police for allegedly selling poisonous beans to members of the public.

The traders; Faith Ogbona, Chidioke Ogbona and Sunday Ogbona were arrested on Adenekan Street, Alagbado, Lagos State, following a tip-off from a resident who caught them applying sniper making it a poisonous beans.

One of the suspects, Chidioke, 18, confessed that the use of insecticides on the beans was to prevent it from being infested with insects.

He said his preservation method was deduced from the use of Sniper to kill rodents.

“I just saw it (Sniper) as something that kills insects and decided to use it to preserve the beans and kill the insects therein. I was applying the chemical for the first time when a woman approached me and warned that it was dangerous.

“A few minutes after, some policemen came to arrest me. My brother (Faith) was not around when I put the Sniper in the beans.”

The state Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni, confirming the news to reporters said the act was suspicious as Faith the eldest amongst them and owner of the shop offered to bribe the police.

“The excuse the owner of the shop gave was that he was mixing pesticide with beans and that he had been selling it like that. He approached the DPO, thinking he could easily settle the case and get the two other suspects released. He offered her N500,000, but she rejected it.”

“The suspects would be charged to court after investigation.”

Meanwhile, Faith, who said he started the business four years ago denied offering bribe to the DPO.
He said: “In Maiduguri, if my suppliers wanted to preserve beans, they put DD Force or Sniper in water and spray it on the beans. It will be stored for about three or six months, depending on the quantity of chemicals applied.

“I have never mixed beans with chemicals, but I have been buying the one with chemicals from Maiduguri.

“If it is stored for a long time, it is not dangerous for human consumption.”

[Daily Post]

Shocking! Muslim cleric stones three-year-old boy to death in Lagos

The police in Lagos have arrested a certain Muslim cleric, Kazeem Alimson, popularly known as Alfa, for allegedly killing a three-year-old boy, Chiagozie Okereke at the White Sand area of Isheri-Oshun, Ejigbo, Lagos.

A 15-year-old boy, Simon Kanu, confessed that he was paid N500 by the said Muslim cleric, Alimson to lure the baby to the cleric.

Simon said the baby was killed with a heavy stone in his presence.

Speaking with newsmen, the deceased’s mother explained that her baby went missing around 7.pm on Tuesday after she brought him out for his evening bath.

She said, “When I finished bathing the younger one, I went inside to get the wrapper to strap him in order to enable me bath the other child. But on getting outside, I didn’t see my baby again. The sister said he went into my neighbour’s house but I didn’t see him there and when I asked, they said he went out with Simon.

“I called my son’s name but there was no response. Later, we saw Simon that night, I asked him about the whereabouts of my son, he said he did not see him.

“Simon took my son, strangled him with his shirt and stoned him to death. He is my third child. I feel hurt. My heart is broken. I need justice.”

It was gathered that the Isheri Osun Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Emeodi Camilus, who got a tip-off, rushed to the scene and arrested the two suspects.

During interrogation, Simon, a primary six pupil revealed that the Alfa took him and the child to an uncompleted building where the boy was stoned to death.

“I went to site and I saw how he killed Chigozie,” he said.

Speaking further, Simon said, “He tied him up and was making incantation before hitting him with a stone three times. He said he would kill me if I told anybody. He also showed me his juju knife and that he would use it to kill me if I told anyone.”

But the cleric, however, denied the allegation, claiming that he is not a ritualist.

His words, “I was in my house sleeping when I heard people shouting. When I came out, I saw some policemen and when I asked, I was told that they saw a dead child.

“I went back inside, and 30 minutes later, the police came back and arrested me. I don’t know the boy and I have never spoken to him.”

At this point, the teenager cut in and said, “You are lying. He was giving me sign with his eyes not to talk. I saw you when you were using the stone to hit him until he died.”

The Divisional Police Officer of Isheri Osun revealed that the boy’s lifeless body was discovered in the suspect’s house after a search was conducted.

He said the suspect would soon be charged to court when investigation was concluded.

[Daily Post]

Man arrested in Lagos after refusing to pay N1.7 million hotel bill

A 40-year-old man, Oluwaseyi Owoeye who allegedly lodged in a hotel, accumulated bills to the tune of N1.7 million has been charged before an Igbosere Magistrate court in Lagos.

The prosecutor, Inspector Ingobo Emby, told the court that the defendant committed the alleged offence between November 2013 and March 2014.

He told the court: “the defendant unlawfully lodged in Dover Hotel, located in Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, in Eti-Osa Local Government Area and accumulated bills to the tune of N1.7 million and refused to pay.”

The magistrate, M. Owumi, granted the defendant bail in the sum of N300,000, with two sureties in like sum.

He said that the sureties must be gainfully employed, show evidence of three years tax payment, have their addresses verified and adjourned till March 27 for mention.

[Daily Post]

NAFDAC operatives nab forgery syndicate with fake Peak Milk products in Lagos [Photos]

Following intelligence received on a transport vehicle containing suspected fake Peak Milk products bound for Lagos from the East, NAFDAC set up surveillance from about 4am on the 17th of February, 2017 which led to successful interception of the vehicle and its contents as it was arriving Lagos.
Several cartons of the fake Peak Milk products (batch numbers 28 2C; PD 04:16; BB 12:17) were discovered and seized.
Further investigation led to the discovery and arrest of the owner, Mr Onyekachi Ikegwuonu. Investigation is on-going.
On 24th February 2017, Mr Daniel Ezekwelu was arrested by the Federal Task Force on Fake and Counterfeit production of fake water for injection within two compounds at Ojoto village near Nnewi, Anambra state.
During the raid, two under aged girls were found filling and sealing the fake water for injection under the cover of Mr. Daniel Ezekwelu. The production takes place between 8:00am and 3:00 pm every day, while the finished products are transported to the market at night.
Items recovered include plastic containers, gas cylinders and packs of the fake water for injection labelled “Sterilised water for injection BP” with manufacturing date 2015 and expiry date 2020 and said to be produced by Hossanna Laboratories Limited, Surrey. The product is packed as 100 x 10ml vials.
The suspect made useful statement to the Police. Investigation is ongoing.
On 2nd February, 2017, one Mr. Ejike Okereke (M), 46 years old of St. James street Iyiowa, Onitsha was arrested for counterfeiting Codrux Cough Syrup. The original cough syrup is manufactured by Alben Pharmaceutical Company located in Onitsha.
In the course of interrogation, he revealed that one Ifeanyi who is still at large approached him to counterfeit the product.
He stated that he received “Exploid” syrup from Ifeanyi, bought Ethanol and mixed them to form the counterfeit Codrux Syrup. He bought caps/ corks and contracted one Tobias to print Alben on the cap, while one Apollos printed the labels for the bottles.
He adulterated the product in his home town, Ihioma in Orlu L.G.A in Imo State.
The counterfeiting was done between November and December last year. He was arrested when he came to deliver the product to Ifeanyi.
He has been arraigned at the Federal High Court on a five count charge and remanded in prison custody till 11th April, 2017.
[Tori]

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