The command also recovered three firearms, one live cartridge, two vehicles, two daggers, one mobile phone and other incriminating items.
The Command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP Daniel Ndukwe, announced the arrests in a statement issued on Saturday in Enugu.
The Command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP Daniel Ndukwe, said this in a statement made available to the News Agency of Nigeria in Enugu on Saturday.
Adeyemi, whose residential address was not provided, was charged for unlawful possession of firearms.
This was contained in a statement issued to journalists in Abakaliki by the Command’s Spokesperson, DSP Loveth Odah.
The police charged Bayonle Aruna , 36 and Lawal Rasheed, 44 with conspiracy , assault, unlawful possession of firearm, and belonging to an unlawful society.
Udoh, a resident of No. 4 Adekoroye Street, Ejigbo, Lagos, is facing a four-count charge of unlawful assembly, conspiracy, attempted robbery and possession of firearms.
The defendants, whose addresses were not given, are charged with possession of firearms without licence.
In a statement in Yenagoa, Police Public Relations Officer, SP Asinim Butswat, said the suspects were arrested on Sunday.
On July 19, 2019 at about 1:30pm, Ilasan Police Station in Lagos State received a call that a group of hoodlums, suspected to be armed robbers/cultists, were sighted behind Angle 90 bar in Ilasan, Lekki.
Elder statesman, Edwin Clark, says he has forgiven those that invaded his house over alleged stockpiling of firearms.
The Commissioner of Police, Ibrahim Kabiru, told newsmen in Birnin Kebbi on Friday that the gesture was to curb proliferation of illegal firearms and ammunition throughout the state.
Olafimihan Adeoye, the state Commissioner of Police, made the remark while addressing pressmen in Osogbo.
According to Shina Olukolu, the recovery is in compliance with an order by the Inspector-General of Police directing all formations to mop-up illegal arms nationwide.
Trump indicated support for the measure in the wake of February’s massacre at a Florida high school.
The Inspector-General of Police, Ibrahim Idris, recently directed Commissioners of Police of all the state commands to commence recovery of prohibited firearms in the country.
The Force spokesman, CSP Jimoh Moshood, stated this in a statement in Abuja and he disclosed that the categories of the prohibited arms include: Artillery, apparatus for the discharge of any explosives of gas diffusing projectile, Rocket weapons, Bombs and Grenades.
Don Awunah, the Commissioner of Police in the state, made this known on Saturday in a statement he signed and made available to newsmen in Yenagoa.
The Force spokesman, CSP Jimoh Moshood, on Thursday said in a statement in Abuja that the categories of the prohibited are: Artillery, apparatus for the discharge of any explosives of gas diffusing projectile, Rocket weapons, Bombs and Grenades.
Kolawole said for the avoidance of doubts, prohibited firearms under the Firearms Act include Artillery, Apparatus for the discharge of any explosives or gas-diffusing projectile, Revolvers and Pistols, Machine Guns and Machine Pistols, Rocket Weapons and Military rifles, including those with calibre 7.62mm, 9mm, .300 inches and .303inches