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Hoodlums attack Mapo police station free suspects in Ibadan
Believed hooligans on Thursday raided Mapo Police station in Ibadan, fired on some Policemen who had earlier arrested two suspects.
The Commissioner of Police in an announcement handed out by the Command’s Public Relations Officer, Olugbenga Fadeyi mentioned the criminals after firing on the police officers in Ibadan additionally set free the two suspects who had been apprehended.
Scannews24 gathered that some hoodlums have been attacking innocent residents around Idi Arere, Popoyemoja, Shogoye, Born photo, Molete, Beere, Akobi, and different areas inside the Ibadan metropolis.
Remember that a 60-year old plantain vendor was slain during a conflict between two rival cult groups in one of the areas just a few days ago.
The state Police Command on Thursday disclosed that law enforcement officials from Mapo Division prevailed in apprehending two suspects involved in the series of public disturbances in a lot of the areas.
Sadly, police stated the suspects had been let out by some hoodlums who ambushed the corps arresting the suspects earlier today.
Ngozi Onadeko, Commissioner of Police, stated one suspect, recognized as Packaging, led some criminals numbering about thirty (30) to assault and mob the Police team while forcefully taking the two hooligans away.
Onadeko used the medium to appeal to parents and guardians within the two areas to caution their children to desist from acts able to inflicting the breakdown of law and order.
She added that massive deployment of Police officers and that of other Security Agencies have been sent to forestall further crises.