Delta Police Command Records Another Breakthrough, Arrest 40 Kidnappers, Cultists

The Delta Police Command under the watch of CP Ari Muhammed Ali has recorded another victory over criminals terrorizing the state as over fourty kidnappers and cultists were cooling their heels at the police custody.

The relentless effort of the police to continuously go after these criminals and make Delta state uncomfortable for them led to the arrest.

In a Press Release made available to the newsmen, the Acting Police Public Relation Officer of the command, DSP Bright Edafe disclosed that, no hidden place for criminals in Delta State.

The Release read:

On the 24/04/2021 at about 1000hrs,   a complaint was received by the DPO ‘A’ Division Warri, CSP T.Y. Mahmud  that  on the 23/04/2021 at 2100hrs that  while the complainant was with her boyfriend  one Peter Okologo ‘m’  age 26yrs,  resident of Nigercat Ekpan in  Uvwie local government  Area ,   one Ejiro John ‘m’  age 25yrs  of Ogbori Community in Warri  led a group of armed men,  some of them where alleged to be   on military uniforms  with guns and other weapons. 

They stormed their house and Wisk away her boyfriend one Peter Okologo ‘m’    after firing  gun shots,  took him  to an unknown destination.  On the strength of the report, the DPO ‘A’ Division Warri  CSP T.Y Mahmud mobilized rapid respond team from the Division  and swung into action immediately.   

They arrested another suspect one kingsley Omagbemi ‘m’ Age 25yrs.  Both of them were the ones  who led the kidnappers to the victim house where he was kidnapped.  Police men visited the scene and recovered three empty shells. After thorough investigation and interrogation, the two suspects led the police team to Sapele, where the DPO Sapele Division CSP Harrison Nwabuisi also mobilized  men from Sapele Division and joined force with men of ‘A’ Division Warri,  where one David Isaac Mojo ‘m’  age 32yrs  of no 12 Akintola street Sapele  was arrested at the kidnappers den

The said David Isaac Mojo has already demanded the sum of one million naira as ransom, he was arrested as he came out to collect the said Ransom,  while one Alason ‘m’ surname unknown  escape with a black Toyota Camry  registration number unknown. The  kidnapped victim was  rescued by the police.  Suspects in custody while  investigation in progress with a view  to  arrest the other fleeing   members of the gang.

On  23/4/21 at about 2130hrs  credible information and intelligence gathered over a period of time by the Delta state police command  Anti cult unit (SACU)  revealed that Aye confraternities  will be carrying out initiation at Ubulu-Unor  bush  in Aniocha south Local Government Area of Delta State.

 The commander  SACU, SP Christopher Igbaji immediately mobilized  SACU operatives  to the scene  and  arrested forty (40) male suspected cultists. 

 When the Police got to the venue of the initiation,  some armed men who claimed to be  of Ubulu-Unor Vigilante were seen keeping watch and  aiding the said cultists to carry their initiation, they were also arrested.  Exhibits recovered includes a Revolver pistol with eleven live ammunition, one locally made single barrel gun,  one pump action,  eight vehicles and  one Mitsubishi pickup with the inscription of Ubulu-Unor vigilante,  case is under investigation.

The commissioner of police has also urged all officers and men in the state to keep the tempo, because if this tempo can be sustained, Delta state will definitely be crime free which is the mandate given to Him by the inspector General of police IGP Usman Alkali Baba.

He also advices members of the public, Vigilante, anti cult, and any other volunteers to resist the urge to be used by these miscreant to fulfill their evil motives, instead they should work with the police, give police timely information that will aid their arrest and bring peace and security to the state.

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