The Federal Capital Territory Police Command has arrested one Emmanuel Danladi and two others for allegedly causing the death of Alhaji Tijani Yakubu of Kabusa village who was lynched by irate youths on allegation of causing the disappearance of Emmanuel Danladi’s male organ.
The police in a coordinated operations also impounded nine tinted vehicles suspected to be used for one chance criminal activities in Abuja city.
The Commissioner of Police, FCT Command, CP Haruna Garba said,told newsmen that the Command under his leadership will do all that is “humanly possible to prevent crime and criminality in Abuja.
He said: “On 15/10/2023 following a distress call that one Alhaji Tijani Yakubu of Kabusa village was being lynched by irate youths on allegation of causing the disappearance of a male organ of one Emmanuel Danladi, Police operatives from Kabusa Division swung into action and rescued the injured victim.
“Both the suspect and the victim were subsequently taken to the hospital for medical attention and examination, unfortunately Alhaji Tijani was confirmed dead by the medical doctor on duty.
“However, the male genital of Emmanuel Danladi who raised the false alarm that his penis has disappeared was confirmed intact and active by Medical doctor. He is in custody along with two others who resort to mob action resulting in death of Alhaji Tijani. The suspects will soon be arraigned in court.”
The CP noted that, “On 21/10/2023 following a distress call that one Mathew Michael aka (Stress D) is about to be lynched by angry mob at Apo primary school, Police operatives from Apo Division Swiftly mobilised to the scene and rescued him.
“A lifeless body of a male (name Unknown) was also discovered on the ground. Preliminary investigation revealed that the said Mathew Michael and one Ezekiel (surname unknown) a wanted and notorious cultist currently at large, murdered the decease which resulted to the mob action on him. Suspect is cooperating with the Police in an effort to arrest his accomplice who is currently on the run.”
He added:”On 16/10/2023 following the report from one Sunday Clement Idemudo that his ash coloured Toyota Corolla car Reg No: ENU 104 JZ 2023 was removed from where parked at Michael Opara way, Wuse zone 5 at the close of work, Police Operatives from Utako Division swung into action, tracked and recovered the vehicle at Toll gate, Kaduna State with the help of Reconstructive Digital Analysis (Tracking).”
He noted that two suspects, namely Mohammed Yunusa Dibal and Ibrahim Haliru were arrested in possession of the car. The suspect according to the CP are cooperating with the Police in an effort to apprehend their other accomplice on the run.
On the emerging criminal activities of one-chance criminal gang which is becoming a nightmare in Abuja city, the CP explained that the FCT Police Command newly created operation sting and anti-one chance squad in an effort to rid the city of one chance activities.
He disclosed that, the Operatives of the Unit “carried out coordinated operations and impounded nine tinted vehicles suspected to be used for one chance activities.”
The impounded vehicles, the CP said include, “Red Golf with Reg. No. ABJ 897 DC; White Peugeot 206 with Reg. No. JJJ 638; Ford Vita Black with Reg. No RBC 567 MK; Nissan Almeira with Reg. No. AWK 260 IB; Toyota Corolla Gold in Colour with Reg. No. ABJ 590 AE; Mazda 323 Protege with Reg. No. RBC 258 XC; Toyota Corolla Gold in colour with Reg. No. LD 364; Toyota Corolla with Reg. No. YAB 561 EH Black in colour; A vehicle with Reg. No. ABJ 597 TH.”
CP Garba stated that, “On 22/10/2023 Police Operatives from CPS while on routine patrol intercepted a Gold coloured Toyota Corolla with hand in scripted Reg. No. RSH 287 suspected to be used for one chance activities at phase 1 Federal Secretariat.
“On sighting Police Operatives, suspect took to his heels leaving behind both the car and the victim whom he had attempted to rob. In the course of searching the vehicle, a locally made pistol, jack knife and a rope were recovered from the vehicle.”
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