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Prostitutes Beats Up Policewoman For Trying To Arrest Them In Mushin (Read full Gist)

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A policewoman attached to Zone D Command in Mushin, was beaten by s*x workers in a popular hotel in the Papa Ajao area of Lagos. She was allegedly trying to arrest the ladies while they resisted and then beat her in the process.

Sources report that the police sergeant identified as Ihuoma Njoku while performing her lawful duties made the attempt to arrest one 25-year old Cherish John who tore her uniform and bathed her with a glass of beer she was drinking during the scuffle.

It was gathered that the suspect and other s*x workers were angry that the police came to disrupt their businesses during the period they usually expected their clients in the evening. It was learnt that the police stormed the hotel to arrest the workers and they resisted.

However, everything became messy after the victim was attacked and the police mobilised other officers who eventually arrested Miss John who was alleged to be behind the attack and detained her at the police station.

She was charged before Isolo Magistrates court for conspiracy to commit felony and assault. She pleaded not guilty.

The Presiding Magistrate, Mrs. O.A. Adedayo granted her bail in the sum of N100,000 with one surety in like sum. She was remanded in prison custody pending when she will perfect her bail condition.

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‘Kidnapper’ who took tramadol dies — after sleeping for nine days

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‘Kidnapper’ who took tramadol dies — after sleeping for nine days

The police say a suspected kidnapper who was arrested in a botched kidnap in Owo, Ondo state, has died following

“complications from a high intake of tramadol” .

According to NAN, Femi Joseph, spokesman of the state police command, disclosed this in Akure on Tuesday.

Joseph said the suspect died at Owo General Hospital where medical personnel had battled to revive him.

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The suspect was said to have been unconscious since his arrest on August 5.

“The suspect died nine days after we arrested him; we thought he would be revived so that he could help us in our investigation,” he said.

“Unfortunately, he died yesterday (Monday). This could be connected with the high intake of tramadol which he took.

“We are using this opportunity to further educate the public, especially parents, to monitor their wards and the kind of company they keep.”

The suspect and his gang had allegedly invaded Chinery Pharmacy in Owo with the intention of kidnapping the pharmacist.

The pharmacist, on sighting them with arms, was said to have escaped through an exit door at the back of the chemist.

The suspects reportedly snatched a Bajaj motorcycle from one Daodu Wale who came to the chemist to buy drugs.

While one of the suspects fell and was arrested, two accomplices escaped on the motorcycle.

The force said one cut-to-size locally made gun and 400mg of tramadol were recovered from the suspect.

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Police Arrested a 27-year-old Man With 3 Human Skulls (Pic)

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Police Arrested a 27-year-old Man With 3 Human Skulls 

The Nigeria police Force have arrested a 27 years old with three human skull in Ibadan Oyo state

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Police Arrested 4 Witch Doctors Who buried 5 Dead Bodies In Their Shrine (Photos)

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Police Arrested 4 Witch Doctors Who buried 5 Dead Bodies In Their Shrine 

Uganda Police and military intelligence operatives have arrested a witch doctor and recovered five human bodies from his shrine in Kisoga Village, Nazigo Sub-county, Kayunga District.

The Naggalama Division police commander in Mukono, Ms Jesca Naawe, identified the suspect as Owen Ssebuyungo aged 27. He was arrested with three others, all witch doctors. They were identified as Junior Kibuuka, Fred Kiiza Semanda and Muhammed Wamala and have been taken to Naggalama Police Station.

Ms Naawe said the suspects will be charged with murder. She said one of the bodies is of a woman and the rest are of male adults.

She said the bodies were dug up from three shallow graves in Ssebuyungo’s grass-thatched shrine.

“Two bodies of males had been buried in one grave, while four others were buried in separate graves but with clothes, the deceased was wearing when they met their death,” Ms Naawe explained.
“The entire shrine where the graves were located had been cemented and we had to dig up the concrete to recover them,”

she added.

Each body was buried with a Shs5,000 note.
Police also recovered spears, and pots containing what is suspected to be human blood. Blood samples were picked to be taken to the Government Analytical Laboratory while the bodies, which had decomposed beyond recognition, were taken to Mulago hospital for DNA testing.

Ms Naawe asked the residents, whose relatives went missing, to report to the police. She said DNA tests would be carried out on the bodies for the complainants to find out whether the deceased are their relatives.

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