A gang of six armed robbers without the fear of God in them, dared him and stormed his holy grounds - a Church, the Christ Apostolic Church at Gudugbe Alagbon area of Wasimi in Ewekoro Local Government Area of Ogun State, beating worshippers to stupor before dispossessing them of their valuables.
They struck during a night vigil and after their operation, abducted a worshipper, Mrs Mojisola Atolagbe.
But God is not man to be dared and five of them have been apprehended, according to the Ogun State Police Command Spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi.
Church - God's holy place
According to him, the suspects soon after abducting Mrs Mojisola, fled into the forest under cover of darkness, but were tracked down by policemen attached to the Ewekoro Division.
He said the police also secured the safe rescue of Mrs Mojisola and recovered a cutlass, two cudgels and assorted charms from the arressted suspects.
DSP Oyeyemi, gave the names of those arressted as Abubakar Ibrahim, aged 38, Sulaiman Yusuf, aged 32, Ismail Yusuf, aged 20, Umar Aliu, 26 and Yinusa Musa. While the sixth suspect was on the run.
He said those arressted will be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department (CID) as directed by the Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, for further investigation.
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