It is no longer news that the Nigerian security agents have arrested Aondofa Cephas, one of the leaders of the notorious kidnappers and bandits gang terrorizing Benue State and the neighboring States. However, pictures from the scene of the arrest as embedded in this article may still be new to some people.
According to reports that emerged since the news of the arrest of Cephas (better known as Azonto) came in yesterday, over three hundred persons have been killed by his gang members in the state.
In some of the photos shared by a popular Facebook user (Willy Ibimina George) on his page some moments ago, the criminal was seen in a tattered shirt amid the special security squad that arrested him.
Check out the Facebook post from George and some of the photos from the scene of the arrest below:
Recall that in recent years, different types of criminals have inflicted various degrees of pain on residents of Benue State. It should also be recalled that a leader of a deadly armed gang, Gana was killed in the state in the past months.
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