This was disclosed in a statement by the spokesman of the Command, SP Gambo Isah.
The spokesman of the Command, Haruna Mohammed, made this known in a statement on Tuesday.
This was contained in a statement issued on Tuesday in Ibadan by the spokesman of the Oyo State Police Command in the state, SP Olugbenga Fadeyi.
This was revealed by the spokesman of the Command, Muyiwa Adejobi, in a statement on Tuesday.
The suspect had on Sunday pasted a notice at the Adamasingba Stadium venue of the State’s recruitment screening centre with his name and phone numbers that those interested in joining the Amotekun Corps should contact him.
The spokesman of the Ogun State Police Command, Abimbola Oyeyemi, stated this in a statement on Monday.
This was disclosed on Wednesday by the Chairman, Disciplinary Committee of Oyo State Park Management System, Alhaji Mukaila Lamidi, popularly known as Auxillary, while answering questions from reporters at his Podo, Challenge area of Ibadan South West in Ibadan.
Philip Maku, the Command’s Commissioner, stated this at a news briefing on Friday in Abakaliki.
The Port Harcourt Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has arrested nine suspected internet fraudsters.
The National Bureau of Statistics made this known its Drug Seizure and Arrest Statistics 2019 published on its website on Thursday.
The attacks as well as arrests were made after the 0-1 loss by Paris Saint-Germain to Bayern Munich in the UEFA Champions League final match on Sunday.
Parading the suspects at the headquarters of the command in Enugu, the Commissioner, Ahmed Abdurraman, disclosed that operatives of the DSS were on an official assignment before they were intercepted by members of the proscribed body, allegedly carrying out their routine marshal art training at Community Secondary School, Emene.
Bola Longe, Commissioner of Police in the state, told newsmen on Monday in Lafia that the suspects were arrested from different locations across the state within the last two weeks.
Poor farmers and workers fell ill after drinking the alcohol across three districts, and the first deaths were reported last Wednesday.
The arrest was sequel to the unrelenting efforts by the Force to rid the country of heinous criminals and to get justice for victims of these crimes.
The Benin Zonal Command of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons says it has arrested no fewer than 74 suspected human traffickers between July 2019 until date.
Ijeoma Uduak, Zonal Commander of the agency, comprising Edo, Delta and Bayelsa States, disclosed this on Wednesday in Benin as part of activities to mark the 2020 World Human Trafficking Day.
Uduak explained that the human trafficking, which is commemorated every July 30, was a day set aside to press home the attendant ills of human trafficking.
She disclosed that those arrested included 36 males and 38 females, adding that the figure was from the 89 reported cases before the zonal command.
She also disclosed that the zone secured six convictions of suspects with the latest conviction secured on Tuesday.
She explained that on Tuesday one Emmanuel Collins, a 38-year-old male from Delta State, was sentenced to two years in prison on a two count charge.
She said, however, that though the sentence was to run concurrently, the convict was also given an option of N125,000 fine on each count.
The zonal commander said the convict was arrested by the Nigerian Immigration Service at Seme border while attempting to traffic two young ladies to Dubai.
She noted that the NIS transferred the case to NAPTIP for further investigation, which led to the prosecution and eventual conviction of the convict.
Uduak further disclosed that the zone has 57 pending cases in court.
She disclosed that within the period, 122 victims were received by the zone for counselling and rehabilitation, adding that 28 of the victims have already been rehabilitated.
She said the zone, within the period under review collaborated with 89 stakeholders, carried out 47 advocacy visits, 101 sensitisation and 44 media relation exercises.
Three other members of the suspected gang have been identified as Tony Onwoluwe (29), Adesoji Oluwafemi (36) and Idoko Michael (33).
Iskilu Akinsanya, the state Commandant of the NSCDC, disclosed this to newsmen on Monday while parading the suspects at the command’s headquarter in Agodi, Ibadan.
The Acting Director, Defence Media Operations, Brigadier General Benard Onyeuko, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday in Abuja.
This was disclosed by the spokesman of the Command, SP Bala Elkana, on Tuesday.