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Police Arrest Human Trafficker, “Mama Gee”, Rescue 6 Victims

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The Nasarawa State Police Command has arrested a suspected human trafficker, Rita Oti A.K.A Mama Gee and rescued six victims.

Spokesperson of the command, ASP Ramhan Nasel, who confirmed the arrest in a statement on Tuesday, October 6, said that the suspect, without the consent of their parents, lured the victims from Benue State to Lagos on the pretext of giving them jobs.

“On 29/09/2020 at about 1430hrs, Police personnel attached to Nasarawa Eggon division, acting based on credible information, intercepted a Volkswagen Sharan vehicle driven by one Godwin Yaasa ‘m’ aged 35yrs of Benue State conveying one Rita Oti and six other occupants whose age ranges from 16yrs to 24yrs on transit to Lagos State,” said ASP Nansel.

“Upon interrogation, it was discovered that, Rita Oti A.K.A Mama Gee ‘f’ aged 40yrs of Ebonyi State, on the pretext of giving the victims job, criminally lured Blessing Williams ‘f’ aged 16yrs, Mercy Agidi ‘f’ aged 17yrs, Jennifer Shummaver ‘f’ aged 24yrs, Catherine Moses ‘f’ aged 23yrs, Moses Zam ‘m’ aged 19yrs, and Benjamin Amni ‘m’ aged 21yrs all of North bank, Benue State without the consent of their parents and was conveying them to Alagbado area of Lagos State before she was arrested at Nasarawa Eggon LGA of Nasarawa State,” he added.

Furthermore, when Police investigation was extended to the address given by the suspect in Lagos State, it was discovered that their destination was a business premises that has been abandoned for several years.

Meanwhile, the Commissioner of Police,CP. Bola Longe has directed that the case should be transferred to state criminal investigation department, Lafia for exhaustive investigation and unite the victims with their families.

The CP appealed to residents of the State to be wary of criminals who disguise as destiny helpers in order to perpetrate their evil agenda

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How IGP Team Killed My Son, Inserted Gun In My Private Part –Mother Of Police Brutality Victim

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A 47-year-old woman, Mrs. Victoria Agori, has narrated how the Inspector-General of Police Monitoring team shot her 21-year-old son, Daniel, in her presence before stripping her naked.

Victoria, who was full of emotions while speaking with SaharaReporters on Monday in Abuja at the #ENDSARS protest, said she would not forget the tragic incident in a hurry.

The incident happened on May 11, 2019 at 4, Nyege Close, Gbei Road in Nkpolu, Obio/Akpor Local Government Area of Rivers State.

The victim was branded a kidnapper and armed robber by the police before being killed.

She said the policemen stormed their house and arrested her two sons – Daniel and David and a family friend before snuffing life out of the first.

According to her, the law enforcement agents first shot her David in the leg and thereafter forced the nozzle of a gun into her private part, which made her to bleed profusely.

She explained further that the policemen invaded their house on the invitation of her first daughter, Blessing, whom she said was dating one of the officers.

The grieving mother disclosed that Blessing had threatened to deal with her and other members of the family over a minor issue

She said, “Blessing threatened to kill us. She invited the policemen. They came in two vehicles and shot into the air. One of the bullets bruised David’s lap.

“They used the gun to hit me and Daniel’s girlfriend. They broke all our louvers and took away N200,000 cash from our house. While they were taking us to their base at Aluu, they collected N3,000 from Daniel and used it to buy fuel.

“Two officers forced my legs open and inserted the nozzle of the gun into my private part. I was bleeding even while I was in their office, there was blood everywhere.”

She explained that when she got to their office, the policemen had beaten Daniel with a pestle and shot him in her presence, adding that the police cooked up a lie that Daniel was a kidnapper and armed robber.

“They confirmed to me that my son was dead. My late son was a footballer and was into hairstyling. They claimed they found a gun in one of the rooms but that was a lie. They are only saying that after killing him. The police lied against my son after killing him.”

Since that period, Victoria and the rest of the family are yet to get justice for their loss and the assault on them by policemen.

According to her, the police authorities have been shielding the perpetrators of that gruesome act from prosecution as stipulated by the law.

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BREAKING: Many Feared Killed As Security Details Open Fire On Protesters At Lekki Toll Gate

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Policemen and soldiers out to enforce a 24 hour curfew at Lekki Toll Gate shot at #EndSARS protesters Tuesday night.

The shooting led to the dispersal of the protesters, who had remained at the Plaza, hours after the curfew went into force.

Video clips from the scene, showed some protesters on the floor, hit by bullets.

Staccato of gunshots can also be heard from a video, as the protesters ran for their lives.

The protesters had defied the curfew imposed by Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu imposed at about noon today.

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NDLEA Ex-staff Arrested With 254kg Of Marijuana

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A 46-year-old man identified as Pam Ezekiel Adamu who was a former staff of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Niger Command has been arrested with 254kg of marijuana.

The acting commander of the agency in the state, Aloye Oludare, told News Agency of Nigeria in Minna on Monday that the suspect was arrested on October 9 in Mokwa local government area of the state.

Mr Oludare said that Pam Adamu, with staff number: SN 5454 was serving in Gombe command before his dismissal in 2019.

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”They loaded the car with the substance in Ado Ekiti in the company of another suspect who escaped, while they were heading to Adamawa,”

He explained that the suspect would be charged to court after the agency completed its investigation

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