IKORODU BADOO: Police Arrest 15 Suspects

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Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Fatai Owoseni

The Lagos State Police Command working in conjunction with Odua Peoples’ Congress (OPC), Onyabo and local vigilantes in Ikorodu axis of Lagos State have arrested 15 suspects in connection with the activities of the dreaded Badoo in Ikorodu.

The team, in an operation, which started this morning witnessed the movement of a combined team of police officers drawn from Lagos Command, Rapid Response Squad and Ikorodu Police Division led by the Deputy Commissioner of Police, Operations, Mr. Imohimi Edgal working with some security support groups in Ikorodu, combing streets after streets arresting suspects.

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The team, as at the time of writing this report has combed black spots and suspected areas like Ikorodu, Ibeshe, Ita Maja, Ijede, Ipakodo and other areas arresting about 15 suspects for questioning.

Today’s exercise was a follow up to a meeting with the factional leaders of Odua Peoples’ Congress, Chief Gani Adams and Onyabo held yesterday.

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Over 40 police and RRS vehicles are believed to have been used in the operations.

According to the Lagos State Police PPRO, ASP Olarinde Famous – Cole, the exercise is a continuous one.
Also involved in the exercise were the Commander, Rapid Response Squad, ACP Olatunji Disu, DPO, Ikorodu among other top police officers.

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