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A Church located in Ejigbo known as Divine
Chosen Vine Ministry at furniture Avenue was said to have been invaded by one
Elikor Ehud during church service on 1st of October after which the matter was reported at ejigbo police station on 30 September 20, 2019.

A statement made available to urban express
News online through the Lagos state police public relation officer Dsp Bala
Elkana said; the suspect broke the wooden boxes placed on the alter meant for
tithes and special seeds of faith offering and stole the money.


Elkana said after thorough and painstaking investigation
conducted by ejigbo police division, a suspect simply identified as Elikor Ehud, an 18-year-old boy was arrested on 15 October 2019.

“He confessed stealing the sum of six
hundred and seventy thousand naira cash from the church boxes as he mentioned
one lucky as his accomplice”.

The spokesman said efforts are emplaced to
apprehend the said accomplice.

He said the suspects will be charged to
court.

Meanwhile, operatives attached to Alapere Police
Division know as operation crush received information that some gangsters
suspected to be Eiye and Aiye confraternity, engaged themselves in a battle of
supremacy  with dangerous weapons such as
Axe and cutlass at Demurin area with a location at Alapere.

The statement put further that a team led
by its Divisional Head arrested two key leaders of the gangs identified as olawale
Toheeb (22) and Joseph Obinna (25).

Elkana said an investigation was extended to
the gangs’ hideout at Mack brown hotel located at Church Street where four
additional suspects are known as obasi Ekene (21), promise Onoja (18), Ogoekeweri
omokosi (24), and one saviour Edet, a 23-year-old male Nigerian were arrested.

He said suspects had confessed to belonging to
Eiye and Aiye confraternity respectively and are responsible for a series of
violent attacks recorded in Alapere.

Elkana said a large number of weeds
suspected to be Indian hemp, short Axes and cutlasses were recovered, adding
that investigation has been concluded and that suspects will be charged to court.

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