Photos: Nigerian Pastor Arrested For Buying Stolen Vehicles From Robbers & Selling To Church Members
January 22, 2016 – Pictures: Nigerian Pastor Titus Onwuchekwa Arrested For Buying Stolen Vehicles From Robbers & Selling To Church Members
Lagos State Command have paraded 36 suspects over their alleged involvement in various criminal activities in Lagos State, western Nigeria.
The suspects were paraded by the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Mr Fatai Owoseni, on Friday.
Among those arrested include Pastor Titus Onwuchekwa of the Presbyterian Church, Umuahia in Abia State, Osas Felix from Edo State who specialized in buying stolen vehicles from robbers and selling to unsuspecting church members.
Other suspects are Bola Salami, 30, Opeyemi Aregbesola, 28, Chibuike Umeh, 22, and Ndibe Samuel.
According to CP Owoseni, the police recovered an unregistered Toyota 4 Runner SUV, Toyota Camry with registration number AAA 391 AA, Toyota Camry with number FKJ 441 DV, Lexus Rx30 with number LSR 520 RF, Toyota Highlander SUV with number LSR 492 DX and Mitsubishi Pajero SUV with number SMK 484 DS.
Owoseni also paraded suspected cultist who he alleged had been terrorizing members of the public.
Those he paraded are Oluwaseyi Adetifa, Nofiu Ramoni, Saka Apalara, Ahmed Apalara and Waisu Alaparara who were arrested in Igando in their hideout.
12 guns, six axes and four cutlasses were recovered from them, he said.
Other suspected criminals, among those paraded by CP Oweseni, made confessional statements admitting that they were involved in kidnapping, fraud, motorcycle robbery among others.