Security operatives nab cultists, others, rescue robbery victim in Ogun 

CITIZENS COMPASS —The Ogun State Community, Social Orientation and Safety Corps, codenamed So-Safe Corps, has arrested ten men including a member of Aiye Confraternity, Bidemi Oyatope  (M) –  popularly known as Faula for allegedly involving in cultism, extortion, and robbery.

This was contained in a press statement issued by the office of the State Commander of the Corps, Commander (Dr) Soji Ganzallo through the Office of the Director of Information and Public Relations of the Corps, Assistant Commander Moruf Yusuf.

The statement said due to the deluge of complaints by several communities in the Sango axis reporting different security challenges they have been facing, the State Commander of the So-Safe Corps gave the Zonal Commander of Ado-Odo/Ota Area Command,

Assistant Commander Tajudeen Odunmbaku, a marching order to bring normalcy to the communities.
He noted that the patrol team of the corps arrested some of these criminal elements while forcing their victims to extort money from them at Sango garage via Sango under bridge, inward Ijoko road by borehole, and Joju bus stop.

The So Safe boss said it was so disheartening to see the suspects charging toward their victims who were passersby to extort money from them.
He further said that two men were arrested at the Joju bus stop in the act of extorting innocent victims which turned into robbery around 1900hrs and caused serious phobia for the inhabitants.

According to him, two of the suspects Alabi Segun and Wahab Shobayo were caught robbing an innocent boy who was pleading with them to be allowed to go, but they refused to free him and he was robbed of his belongings.
But the So-safe intervention saved his life.

Another suspect, Tope Akinola, was caught with a pocket knife.
Ganzallo revealed the total number of suspects arrested for forceful extortion, cultism, and robbery was ten, and they are:

1. Sunday Olude (22yrs .M)
2. Sampson Adeoti (25yrs . M)
3. Sunday Oluwaseyi (24yrs M)
4. Muhammed Danladi ( 22yrs . M)
5. Wasiu Folarin (21yrs . M)
6  Tope Akinola (20yrs . M)
7. Ade Adejare (23yrs.M)
8. Alabi Segun (M) –  {Joju bus stop during act of Robbery }
9. Wahab Shobayo (M) -{ Joju bus stop during the act of Robbery }
10. Bidemi Oyatope  (M) –  popularly known as Faula in Eiye confraternity.

Recovered items were :
Carms, knives, illicit drugs, e.g. Kolos, hemp, ice, and others

  • He concluded that the suspects had been transferred to the Nigeria Police Force, Sango Divisional Police Headquarters for further investigation and likely prosecution.

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