The two robbery suspects , Bukola Adeoye and Rotimi Adeyeye , who allegedly escaped from the custody of the Special Anti - Robbery Squad of the Ondo State Police Command, Akure were alleged to have charmed the officers on duty to escape.

PUNCH Metro had reported that suspects were arrested for robbery in Akure some weeks ago and were kept in the custody of SARS, but later escaped with handcuffs .

A girlfriend of one of the suspects , Loveth Ogbu , who was arrested by the police , told our correspondent at the command headquarters , Akure , on Wednesday that she never knew her boyfriend was a robber.

Ogbu was paraded alongside five other robbery suspects who were alleged to be members of Adeyeye and Adeoye ’ s gang .

Ogbu, a beer parlour operator , said she used to live with Adeyeye in Akure and when she asked her boyfriend what he did for a living , he threatened to kill her if she told anybody .

She said , “I am Rotimi’ s (Adeyeye ) girlfriend . We lived together in the Ijoka area of Akure . I did not know that he was an armed robber until he was arrested by policemen . The policemen told me that he and his friend , Bukola ( Adeoye ) were armed robbers .

“ When they were in police custody , his elder brother, Barrister, gave two of them juju ( charm) to use on the policemen on duty. He also helped them to remove the handcuffs after they escaped.

“ They used the juju on the policemen at the SARS so that they could escape. The policemen on duty were hypnotised , so they were able to escape. ”

However , the state Commissioner of Police , Mr. Gbenga Adeyanju , who paraded the suspects , said Adeyeye and Adeoye , after escaping from the SARS custody , moved to Ore in the Odigbo Local Government Area of Ondo State, “where they continued their criminal activities . ”

He further stated that it was Adeyeye ’ s lover, Ogbu that assisted the police to know the whereabouts of the two robbery suspects .

The commissioner explained that when they went to the hideout , the suspects engaged policemen in a shootout and Adeoye was shot , while Adeyeye escaped again .

He added that Adeoye later died at a hospital following the injury sustained in the gun duel .

Adeyanju said , “ On July 17 , 2018 , detectives received information that the escaped armed robbery suspects , Bukola Adeoye and Rotimi Adeyeye were taking cover in the house of one Loveth Ogbu , and she was arrested.

“ During interrogation , she confessed that the escaped armed robbery suspects were in Ore. Based on the confession , the police arrested one Felix Eteti, who was a member of the gang .

“ Detectives trailed the robbers to Christ Foundation Primary School Ore and on sighting the detectives, the robbers opened fire on them . During the exchange of gunfire, One of the armed robbery suspects , Bukola Adeoye , sustained gunshot injury and died a few hours after being admitted in a hospital . ”

An Abroad based Nigerian Lawyer who has obviously not been in the Country for years, Was blasted on Twitter yesterday after she said Majority of Nigerians Are receiving Between N130 to N150k as Salaries, and are doing fine, She even said some even use that same money to train their children abroad, however those words didn't go down well with the people back home, so they dragged and blasted her....

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There is a trending gist going round on Twitter, it is about a guy who Slapped his girlfriend for trying to fry 4 eggs for herself.

According to the post, she woke up to fry 4 eggs but he reduced, she got angry and poured it into the sink, he then Slapped her, she got vexed and left the house. He said it is extravagance and a stupid act, that it is the reason most ladies are single.

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So the question is, who is wrong here? The girl wanting to fry four eggs for herself, or the guy reducing the eggs and slapping her?

Police in Lagos state have arrested a 27-year-old university dropout, Destiny Otubambo, for alleged theft and obtaining by false pretences.

Parading the suspect before newsmen in the command's headquarters in Ikeja yesterday July 16th, the state commissioner of police, Edgal Imohimi, said Otubambo purchased phones worth N377, 500 from a dealer at Ikota Shopping Complex Lekki, Ajah, on May 24 by generating false bank alert. After collecting the phone, the suspect asked for the company's bank account so he can do a transfer.

“He was given the account details to which the said amount should be credited. After few minutes, he claimed he had credited the said sum. To prove he had, he showed a debit alert from Zenith account number 2110746005, titled, Desitny Ayo Adeleke. Believing it to be true, the shop owner released the phones to him and requested for his phone number. When she did not see the alert, she tried the phone number but it was unreachable and the account number was non-existent.” he said

The victim alerted men of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad (FSARS) and after much investigation, the suspect's lover, Marian Amuche, was arrested. Marian then led the police to where the suspect was.

“Amuche led detectives to arrest Otubambo. On interrogation, he confessed to the crime and that he had sold the phones to buyers he met online.” CP Edgal said

Three mobile phones, 10 simcards and lawyer’s wig, gown were recovered from the suspect.

Confessing to the crime, the suspect said he generated fake alerts by editing original ones, adding that there was a time he tried to generate fake N5.3 million but was not successful.

“The account is not for me. I forged it. I was arrested last week. I was studying law before I dropped out from school because of financial issues. My dad is late. I bought the lawyer gown from the market for N35,000. I have never been to the court before neither was I called to bar. There was no motive behind buying the gown. I just bought it and uploaded pictures I took on social media.” he said

The police chief said he would soon be charged to court.

The Kano State Hisbah Board, a Sharia police board, today exonerated two ladies previously accused of being lesbian partners.

A resident of the state had petitioned the board with the wrong allegation that the ladies were engaging in lesbianism.

After much investigations, the allegations were found to be false and the charges against them was dropped. The board announced the exoneration of the ladies this evening on its Facebook page.
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