Lagos Police Dismiss Police Officer After Extorting 98,000 From A Man Using POS Operator
The Lagos State Police Command on Wednesday announced the dismissal of Sgt. Ekpo Shimuyere, who was attached to the Sogunle Division, for extorting a young man of N98,000. The News Agency of Nigeria reported that the state Police Public Relations Officer, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, told journalists that the command’s Provost Department had already disrobed the dismissed sergeant.
Police sergeant who extorted N98k out of N100k he saw in victim account, dismissed by police
According to a news that was published by the VANGUARD NEWSPAPER online this morning, it was reported that the Police Command in Lagos State, has announced the dismissal of Sergeant Ekpo Shimuyere, attached to Sogunle Division for extorting a young man of N98,000 of his money. It was reported that the command’s spokesperson, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, told newsmen yesterday, Wednesday, that the Provost Department of the Command, had already disrobed the dismissed sergeant.
Police sergeant dismissed for extorting ₦98,000 from POS operator
In a recent development, the Lagos State Police Command has taken action against police misconduct by dismissing Sergeant Ekpo Shimuyere, who was stationed at the Sogunle Division. The dismissal comes in response to his alleged extortion of a young man, during which he reportedly seized the victim's phone and utilized a Point of Sale (POS) operator to transfer a substantial sum of money.
Lagos Police Sergeant fired for extorting a young man of N98,000
The Nigerian Police Force Lagos State Command has declared that Sergeant Ekpo Shimuyere from the Sogunle Division has been fired from his position for illegally extorting the sum of N98, 000 from a youngster. SP Benjamin Hundeyin, who serves as the spokesperson for the Lagos State Police Command, stated on Wednesday that Shimuyere was terminated from his position and stripped of his uniform by the Provost Department of the command for extorting N98, 000 from a young man.
Four operatives detained and Sergeant dismissed by police for extortion
A Nigerian Police Sergeant from the Sogunle Police Division in Lagos has been dismissed for stealing N98,000 from a man's account while four other officers were detained over extortion. The dismissed officer, Ekpo Shimuyere, allegedly stole almost all of the money in his victim's account and was caught after a complaint had been filed to the police.
Photos Of Charms And Weapons Recovered From Yoruba Nation Agitators In Lagos State
The Lagos State Police Command has recently recovered some charms and weapons from some elements parading themselves as Yoruba Nation Army. Two of the agitators were reportedly arrested at Ikeja where they besieged a Police station and started shouting that Yoruba Nation has taken over. While narrating the incident that led to the arrest of the suspect and the recovery of the charms and weapons, the Public Relations officer of the Lagos State Police Command, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, in a report he shared via the official social media page of the Lagos State Police Command, said that about fifteen (15) Yoruba Nation Agitators stormed a Police station at Alausa Ikeja and started shouting that Yoruba Nation has taken over.
Policeman Who Extorted His Victim Of 98,000 naira, Dismissed In Lagos
A Policeman identified as Sergeant Ekpo Shimuyere who was attached to Sogunle Division, was recently dismissed from the service of the Nigerian Police Force after he reportedly extorted his Victim of 98,000 naira in Lagos state. Photo: Sergeant Ekpo Shimuyere being derobed in Lagos. According to the report on Vanguard News, the Public Relations officer of the Lagos state Police command, SP Benjamin Hundeyin, who confirmed the dismissal of the erring Policeman, revealed that sergeant Ekpo collected the phone of his victim after which he used a POS operator to transfer 98,000 naira out of the victim's account.
Photos as police arrest two Yoruba Nation agitators in Lagos State
In a news that was published on the Twitter handle of the Lagos State Police Command, this afternoon, it was reported that the police officers in Lagos State, have arrested two Yoruba Nation Agitators in the early hours of today, as the agitators, numbering up to fifteen, had stormed Alausa Police Division at about 05:35am today, chanting, "Yoruba Nation has taken over," and in the process, injured some police officers who were attempting to disperse them.
(PIC): Cultist declared wanted, arrested while on his way to sell pistol for N250,000
A man said to be a cultist on the wanted list of the Delta State Police Command has been arrested while he was on his way to sell a pistol for the sum of N250,000, the command announced on Tuesday. The man, whose name was given as Bibi Asengbe, aged 38 years, was arrested by men of the Orerokpe Division after the DPO of the division got information that he was sighted on a motorcycle around Okwukoko community.
(PIC): How 2 ladies landed in police net after buying goods from 72-year-old woman with fake money
Two ladies who were said to have used fake naira notes to buy goods from a 72-year-old trader in Delta State have been arrested by men of the state police command following the alarm raised by the old woman, the command announced on Thursday. The two ladies, whose names were given as Favour Aloh, aged 23 years and Ginikash Nina, aged 32 years, were trailed and arrested by operatives of the A Division of the command after buying the goods from the woman.
Woman Arrested In Delta for dealing in Illegal Trade of AK47 Ammunition (Photos)
The crack down on the illegal possession of arms is one of strategies the security agencies have employed to fight crime in the country. In a recent operation, the Delta State Police Command has made a significant arrest in the city of Warri, as they apprehended a 34-year-old woman, Queen Uwagbogu, for her alleged involvement in the illicit trade of AK47 ammunition.
Autopsy report shows that policeman who died inside cell in Kogi was starved and tortured to death
According to a news that was published by the Punch Newspaper online this morning, it was reported that the report of the autopsy, that was conducted on the remains of Inspector Taiye Atobiloye, who happens to be the policeman who died in a cell at the ‘D’ Division, of the Kogi State Police Command, has revealed that he had marks of violence on his body and he was also starved to death.
Today's Headlines: Tinubu Will Take Over On May 29- Sultan, Why Gunmen Killed US Officials- Soludo
Tinubu Will Take Over On May 29- Sultan Photo credit: the nation The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar, has assured the President-Elect Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu will take over on May 29 ‘’whether they like or not.’’ He tasked Nigerians to pray for the incoming administration to succeed in steering the affairs of the country.
Yoruba Nation Agitators Storm Lagos Police Station, Injure Policemen; Arrests Made
According to Vangaurd News report, In a shocking turn of events yesterday, members of the Yoruba Nation Agitators staged a protest that escalated into a chaotic scene at the Alausa Police Division in the Ikeja area of Lagos. The group, armed with their cause and determination, descended upon the police station, resulting in clashes with law enforcement officers.
Lagos police arrest Yoruba nation agitators
Lagos State Police Command arrested two Yoruba protesters. Police said they were arrested early Sunday when demonstrators attacked the Arausa police station chanting "The Yoruba Nation has passed". In a series of tweets posted by Lagos Police Command @LagosPoliceNG signed by Lagos Police Commissioner Benjamin Hundeyin, police confirmed that some officers were also injured while trying to calm the assailants.
Police Apprehend Yoruba Nation Agitators in Lagos After Violent Clash
According to Vangaurd News report, In the early hours of this morning, the Lagos State Police Command successfully arrested two individuals involved in the Yoruba Nation agitation movement. The incident unfolded when a group of fifteen agitators forcefully entered the Alausa Police Division, causing a tumultuous scene and leaving several police officers injured.
Son Kills Mother over Drug Money in Rivers State
A man identified as Owate Bode has been arrested by the police in Rivers State for allegedly killing his mother in Eleme Local Government Area of the state. The suspect reportedly hacked his mother to death with a hoe for refusing to give him money to buy hard drugs. According to a police spokesperson, the incident occurred on Saturday and the suspect has confessed to the crime. The Commissioner of Police has ordered a thorough investigation into the matter. It was reported that the suspect had demanded ₦10,000
Police Tear Gas Injures 35 Students in Osun
Vanguard news reported that at least 35 students of Fakunle Comprehensive High School in Osogbo, Osun State were hospitalized on Tuesday after inhaling tear gas fired by mobile policemen. The incident happened at the school located opposite the 39 Squadron Division of the police along the Osogbo-Ikirun road.
Gunmen kill Police Officer at checkpoint in Rivers State
A Divisional Police Officer (DPO) and four other cops were slain by gunmen in Niger State on Saturday. While fending off an assault at the Kwakuti hamlet on the Minna- Suleja route, police officers were murdered. Additionally, it was discovered that on Friday, gunmen tried to assault the market but were thwarted by joint security personnel.
Rivers: A man kills his mother for refusing to give him money to purchase Hard Drugs
PORT HARCOURT— The Rivers State Police have arrested Owate Bode for allegedly murdering his mother in Eleme, Eleme Local Government Area, for denying him money to purchase hard drugs. SP Grace Iringe-Koko, the Rivers Command Police Spokesperson who verified the Saturday incident, stated that the suspect was transferred from the Eleme Police Division to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (SCIID).