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4 SARS Officers Kidnap ‘Bishop,’ Collect N7m ransom

Four policemen attached to the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) have been arrested in Lagos for kidnapping a bishop and collecting N7 million from him. The policemen were also dismissed by the Assistant Inspector General (AIG), Adamu Ibrahim, in charge of Zone 2 Command, after conclusion of investigation.

The policemen, Sergeants Adeoye Adekunle, Adenira Adebowale, Agbi Lucky and Odighe Hehosa, were said to have been found guilty after the orderly room trial for professional misconduct and corruption. The four suspects were charged to court on the offences of armed robbery, kidnapping, unlawful detention, intimidation and threatening violence based on the outcome of the investigation on their activities. The victim, Mr. Chukwudi Godwin Odionye popularly referred to as ‘Bishop,’ was said to have submitted a petition against the four policemen on May 2 to the office of the AIG Zone 2.

The four policemen were dismissed and subsequently charged to court on offences of armed robbery, kidnapping, unlawful detention, intimidation and threatening violence.
This followed the report of the investigation carried out on them based on the petition of Chukwudi Godwin Odionye, popularly referred to as Bishop on May 2, 2018.
Odionye in his petition stated that he was in his house on June 4, 2017 around Alagbado area of Lagos State when the four armed men stormed his house to effect his arrest on the allegation of performing “fake” miracles.
He stated that after his arrest, he was taken to one hotel at Agege where he was detained and threatened to be killed if he fails to cooperate.
He explained further that the following day, he was taken to the bank where he was made to transfer N7 million to the account of the SARS operatives.

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