CAUGHT IN THE ACT: Taskforce Nab Suspected Traffic Robber while Dispossessing Female Victim Of Her Phone, Other valuables

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A  28 years old Traffic Robber identified as  Ibrahim Ganiyu has met his water loo.                                                                         

He was nabbed at wee hours of the day by Operatives of the Lagos State Environmental and Special Offences Unit, Taskforce.

The robbery suspect who goes by his alias  name, Temitomi, was arrested around Brewery/Ijora area of Lagos State.

Head, Public Affairs, Taskforce, Femi Moliki, said Ibrahim, who along with an accomplice, named Akpan was trying to dispossess a lady of her hand bag and mobile phone when the operatives of Lagos State Taskforce heading to Apapa sighted them.

The shout for help by the lady drew the attention of the police team. Their arrival at the scene foiled the robbery thus making the two robbers to flee the scene on motor bike.

After a chase, the operatives arrested Ibrahim while Akpan abandoned a TVS motorcycle with the registration number AAA 535 QK before escaping.

Ibrahim, in his confession disclosed that they were trying to collect the lady’s phone and bag before she shouted for help.

He noted that they robbed early in the morning and at night.

He stated that they robbed in traffic and at bus stops around Costain, Mushin, Ijora and Eko Bridge, adding that, apart from his gang, some other teams come from Safejo and Alaba to rob in the area.

The Chairman, Lagos State Taskforce, CSP Shola Jejeloye said that the suspect would be transferred to the State Command for further investigation.

Recovered from the suspect were a motor bike and a long dagger.

Meanwhile Lagos State Taskforce has served owners of structures and kiosks on road setback at Idera Bus Stop, Owode to remove them in three days.

The removal order is coming after several days of inspection of the area and education of the owners by the agency and officials of Federal Ministry of Works.

The owners of the structures and kiosks were last served in February, 2021.

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