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Photos: Lebanese Woman Arrested With 5 Robbers For Using EFCC Uniform For Robbery Operations

April 16, 2015 – Pictures: Lebanese Woman Arrested With 5 Robbers For Using EFCC Uniform For Robbery Operations

A middle age Lebanese-Nigerian woman identified as Amira Abdallahi has been arrested for impersonating an EFCC official and for robbery.

The 32-year-old woman was arrested with 5 other robbers by police few weeks ago.

The suspects ─ Princewill Eze, 55; Daniel Okpara, 30; Paul Irior, 37; Bassey Ekpenyong, 39; Royal Nwabuike, 32; and the Lebanese ─ disguised as officials of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, and wore the commission’s branded vests.

Our correspondent learnt that Eze, who is said to be the gang leader, was arrested by men of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the state command on February 27 in the VGC, Ajah area of Lagos.

Eze’s confessions, it was gathered, led to the arrest of the Lebanese woman and other gang members.

Items said to have been recovered from the gang included six Toyota vehicles, one single-barrelled pistol with four cartridges and a Bryco pistol with six rounds of 5.56mm ammunition.

The police also recovered N4m and $13, 000 from the gang.

During a parade on Wednesday, Abdallahi, whose father is a Lebanese and mother from Ishan, Edo State, said she joined the gang in 2014, and had done six deals with them where she realised about N10m.

She said, “I was born in Nigeria and I grew up in Lagos. I stay in Lekki area with my family. I am married with five daughters. The first money I got from the deals was $5,000. I could not stop because the money was tempting.

“I was formerly doing interior decorations work. That was how I met Eze, who is nicknamed Senator. I did some interior design jobs for him in a hotel he owned. That was around March 2014.

“I had done about six deals with the gang. My role is just to talk on phone with our would-be victims. They think I am a foreigner, and they are willing to trust us. I have made about N10m so far, but all the accounts have been drained now. I handed everything over to the police.”

Eze, the gang leader, from Nkanu, Enugu State, said, “Before we rob our victims, we usually tell them that we want to purchase dollars, but we know most of them do not have an operating licence. So, we will pretend to be officials of the EFCC, and we will harass them for not having a licence. Later, we will ask them to pay a fine.

“They will bring the money to us in convenient places like hotels and banks. I was formerly a businessman. I also run a hotel. It is about five years now that we started this project. I was arrested by the police four years ago for a similar issue, but I was granted bail by the court.

“The police walkie-talkie and other gadgets recovered from me were obtained during the Anambra elections. I was not into politics, but I was part of that election.”

The gang leader Eze has a big hotel in Edo State while other members of the gang have mansions in Lagos, Ogun and Delta states

9 Comments

9 Comments

  1. Ibana Meu

    April 16, 2015 at 1:36 AM

    Please stop calling her Nigerian if her father is Lebanse then she is no Nigerian

  2. bezo

    April 16, 2015 at 1:41 AM

    Please leave them alone, they are hard working blame the one stilling money at will.

    • MANNUEL

      April 16, 2015 at 8:44 AM

      Bezo, that is usually the attitude of ****s when caught in any crime, they describe armed robbery as “business” and always try to rationalise the fraudulent behaviour of the ****s by drawing comparism with other tribes in an attempt to justify the crime. When people of the East who are prevalently normadic boast of economic independence, a statement credited to them in recent times when they completely lost out politically; it is imperative a critical look be taken at the foundations of their businesses as its quite clear most of them are geneological criminals. These are the people who flock to Lagos and everywhere else perpetrating inherent tribal criminal trait, while attempting to champion the claim of equal ownership of their host’s territory. ****s are never a tribe that is easily trusted in any community they find themselves, other Nigerian tribes deal very cautiously with an **** person in businesses because of their criminal nature, they are never a tribe others are comfortable seeing as neighbours or sharing places of abode with as tenants hense, the reasons why ****s are closely knitted as a tribe and as tribal gangs in crime. The ****s for reasons of their criminal nature do not allow other tribes break into their business ranks so the criminal covenant is closely kept at tribal level. Any wonder the ****s try to establish a hegemony in any territory they are surpposed to be guests and also try to crown an Eze in a foreign land.? The **** tribe is an enigma of a race continueouslly being misunderstood by everyone else, except themselves; it’s time the ****s accept their weaknesses and failures as a tribe, try to identify reasons for the prevalence of criminality among **** youth without getting sentimental of equalisations with other tribes and, make an effort to recaliberate the orientations of the **** tribe to desist from “get rich quick” mentality that lead them into criminal activities and also encouraged to stay back home to develop and make ****land attractive for other tribes to invest in, like they do in Lagos, Ibadan, Kano, Kaduna and everywhere. Doing so will restore the **** pride in Nigeria and everywhere around the world.

  3. bae

    April 16, 2015 at 5:27 AM

    BEZO!!!

  4. R

    April 16, 2015 at 1:25 PM

    They y*****s have mouth 2 talk now becos they igbos have develop lagos & of course becos lagos was once the capital of nigeria,now it has bin shifted 2 Abuja in years 2 come the hausas will claim is their land just like what their y*****s brodas r doing now y didnt d fight d fed govt wen lagos was a capital we want 2 b on our own is it 2 much 2 ask?

  5. sharton

    April 16, 2015 at 4:53 PM

    See owo ooo will naija ever settle pls God help us in dat country.

  6. @ igbo

    April 16, 2015 at 6:58 PM

    I’m sick & tired of hearing d igbo’s developed lagos.igbo’s didn’t make lagos it’s actually lagos that made igbo’s
    The truth is that igbo’s should be grateful that the yoruba’s accommodated them in lagos peacefully.

    • MANNUEL

      April 16, 2015 at 11:49 PM

      Bunch of frustrated elements, why didn’t they turn that effort to develop ****land and make it attractive for other tribes to establish businesses there, have the ***** forggoten their ancestral roots of ****land completely, or have they grown to love Lagos soooo much they are no longer proud of where they come from.? No wonder an Emeka, Chukwu, Adaeze, Onyeyechie, Nnaji etc. all prefer to be identified with Lagos rather than his or her rural South Eastern states. How many ****as of the north or ******as of upland states of Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Oshun, Ekiti etc. have the ****s heared contesting the ownership of Lagos eventhough, they naturally share ancestral leaniage with the people of Lagos. It takes only confused and frustrated lost tribes of the **** to continue to dwell on triviality of who owns Lagos. What exactly is the worry of the average **** person, do they not prefer to be Biafrans or have they abandoned the ideas of separatist Biafran State. Its a shame people like this lack conscience and have equally lost directions of where they are headed to as a tribe.

  7. MANNUEL

    April 16, 2015 at 11:55 PM

    Bunch of frustrated elements, why didn’t they turn that effort to develop ****land and make it attractive for other tribes to establish businesses there, have the ***** forggoten their ancestral roots of ****land completely, or have they grown to love Lagos soooo much they are no longer proud of where they come from.? No wonder an Emeka, Chukwu, Adaeze, Onyeyechie, Nnaji etc. all prefer to be identified with Lagos rather than his or her rural South Eastern states. How many ****as of the north or ******as of upland states of Oyo, Ogun, Ondo, Oshun, Ekiti etc. have the ****s heared contesting the ownership of Lagos eventhough, they naturally share ancestral leaniage with the people of Lagos. It takes only confused and frustrated lost tribes of the **** to continue to dwell on triviality of who owns Lagos. What exactly is the worry of the average **** person, do they not prefer to be Biafrans or have they abandoned the ideas of separatist Biafran State. Its a shame people like this lack conscience and have equally lost directions of where they are headed to as a tribe.

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