Nigeria: Two Okada robbers arrested in Ogun
London, Dec. 25, 2018 (AltAfrica)-The Nigeria Police, Ogun state command has apprehended two robbery suspects who specialised in snatching of motorcycles from their owners around Ijebu-Ode and its environs in Ogun State.
The two suspects namely; Oguntuga Saheed and Omotayo Adenuga were arrested following an information received by the policemen attached to Obalende division in Ijebu-Ode that two Bajaj motorcycles were about to be sold at a give away price along Okunowa/Odgbolu road which raised the suspicion of the people in the area.
On the strength of the information, the DPO Obalende division, CSP Hakeem Fijabi led detectives to the scene where the two suspects were promptly arrested with the two motorcycles with registration number JBD 150 WZ and SPA 272 WG.
On interrogation, the suspects confessed to have snatched the two motorcycles at Abeokuta road Ijebu Ode from the owners with offensive weapon. They confessed further to be responsible for series of motorcycle theft in the area.
Confirming the arrest, the police spokesperson, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi said the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Iliyasu has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspects to FSARS for discreet investigation.
He commended the people of the area for given timely information that assisted the police in arresting the suspects, noting that such synergy is necessary for us to have better society devoid of crime and criminality.