Photo: Lagos police arrest five for hijacking Taxify Car

Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) have arrested two suspected robbers, who hijacked a Taxify Toyota Corolla Sports in Lekki and three others that participated in the selling of the car to a dealer in Republic of Benin for the sum of N250,000.   The suspects: Michael Sosa (27), Nelson Benson (24), Idowu Dauda (30), Owolabi Shobayo, a.k.a Daju pa (29) and Biliaminu Abu, a.k.a Gengen (43) were all arrested in Ijoko and Ota, Ogun State last week for hijacking and selling a Taxify car back in February, 2019.   It was revealed that Sosa, in company of…

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Court orders arrest of Monalisa Chinda again

A Lagos high court, sitting at Igbosere has once again ordered the arrest of Monalisa Chinda over tax evasion. The presiding judge, Adedayo Akintoye, renewed the order for her arrest following her failure to appear in court for trial, since 2017. She adjourned further proceedings till June 5. When the case was mentioned, neither Coker nor her lawyer was present in court. The prosecuting counsel Babatunde Sumonu reminded the court that the bench warrant issued for her arrest is yet to be executed. Consequently Justice Akintoye ordered that “the bench…

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Deji Adeyanju tells EFCC to investigate Hushpuppi while reacting to the arrest of alleged Yahoo boys

Deji Adeyanju, a former PDP member has appealed to EFCC to investigate alleged internet fraudster and de-factor ambassador of Gucci, Hushpuppi. He has commended the EFCC over the arrest of 6 internet fraudsters at the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. He said this in a series of posts on microblogging platform, Twitter where he has a lot of followers. He also used that juncture to recommend Dubai-based Nigerian man, Hushpuppi for investigation and subsequent arrest. Hushpuppi is one of the richest Nigerian youths on social media without any clear source of income. Read…

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Photos: Lagos police arrest primary school dropout who has practiced as a medical doctor for four years

The Lagos state police command today paraded a primary school dropout, Abdulrahman Mohammed, who has practiced as a medical doctor for four years in the state. Parading the suspect before newsmen, the state police commissioner, CP Edgal Imohimi, said Mohammed operated a clinic at Idi-Araba area in Mushin, where he administered intravenous injections to patients and also collected blood and urine samples for diagnosis. “Detectives from the Area D Command, Mushin, arrested one Abdulrahman Mohammed, a native of Ran Village in Gamboru Ngala local government area of Borno State for operating…

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