Ogun varsity student Ibrahim caught with 7 guns, charms

Ogun varsity student Ibrahim caught with 7 guns, charms

The suspects paraded by the Ogun Police Command

Published By: Ayorinde Oluokun

By Adejoke Adeleye Ogun

Police operatives in Ogun have arrested one Abdul-Azeez Ibrahim (A.k.a Butcher), a student of Tai Solarin University of Education University,(TASUED) Ijagun Campus with seven guns and assorted charms.

The TASUED student was paraded alongside other suspects recently arrested during recent operations by the Ogun Police Command at the State Headquarters, Eleweran on Tuesday.

According to the police, ‘Butcher’ a 28-year-old Student of Department of Library and Information Science 2023/24 academic session was a member and the Armourer of Aiye Confraternity.

The Police said his gang has been terrorizing and launching series of attack on innocent students of the institution.

Ogun Police Commissioner CP Mustapha Abiodun Alamutu told journalists that in the course of fishing out criminals perpetrating evils in the campus, Abdul-Azeez was traced to his hideout where firearms were recovered from his room.

Meanwhile, the Butcher told journalists that he is not the owner of the charms.

He claimed the charms belonged to one Rasaq, a cobbler in the house where he squatting with one Caleb.

He said when he saw the guns on the 16th of January 2024,he told Rasaq about it and he promised to come pack them before the police came to raid the house

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On the same vein, three policemen were paraded for extortion of innocent members of the public through a POS operator.

He said one Kashimao Emmanuel of Tasued Ijebu-Ode reported at the station that while he was driving, he came across a gang of four armed men and one of them was putting on a Police round neck camouflage, while 3 others were on mufti.

They demanded for his phone, which he calmly declined. In the process, one of them fired a shot into the air and that was when he complied. They entered into his car and took him away towards Sagamu expressway, on getting to Ososa, they made a u-turn to Ijebu-ode, where a sum of Three Hundred and Twelve Thousand naira was forcefully transferred from his account to an Opay account no. 9097829766.

Upon the receipt of the report, the DPO quickly made a call to the Opay account number where it was discovered that the Opay account number belongs to a POS operator in Ijebu-ode.

The DPO then gave instruction that on no account should the POS operator give out the money transferred to him to anyone who comes for it. More so, the operator should tactically delay anyone who comes for the money pending his arrival.

On getting to the POS shop at Ibadan garage, one Force No 513707 Cpl Idowu Sunday attached to Ijebu-Ife was met waiting to cash the money and was promptly arrested.

While taking him to the station, he sighted his accomplices. namely AP/No 341113 Inspector Taiwo Kolawole, AP/No 309292 Inspector John Ogbe both were attached Ijebu-Ife division, and one civilian, Adesiyan Mathew who happened to be the driver was also arrested.

araded were suspects arrested for kidnapping, armed robbery, rape and ritual killing.

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