Police To Arraign Lady Who Kept Child In A Kennel

A photo combination of the suspect and the victim.

Police authorities in Lagos are set to arraign a woman identified as Onyinye Mbadike seen in a viral video detaining a boy in a dog cage.

She is expected to be arraigned at the magistrate court in Ogba, Lagos state.

In the video, she is seen assaulting the boy after flogging him with a belt before locking him in up in the dog cage.

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Lagos state police spokesperson, Bala Elkana says the woman was arrested based on the viral video and that the woman has admitted to being the one in the clip.

But she denied locking the boy in a cage with dogs and that she only locked him in an empty cage where bags are kept.

She claimed the boy took an alcoholic drink in their refrigerator and smashed the side mirror of her car with stone, which made her detain him in the cage.

Police Nab Suspected Illegal Fuel Bunker In Ejigbo


The Lagos State Police command has nabbed a suspected illegal fuel bunker with multiple sacks laden with Premium Motor Spirits (PMS), in the Canoe area of Ejigbo.

According to the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Bala Elkana, the culprit was apprehended on Thursday, 28 March, during a routine patrol, after spotting a Fiat Bus with two contrasting colours: painted in Lagos commercial colour at the front while the rest was painted in blue. In the course, two others escaped.

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Elkana said that the suspect, Wasiu Oyewole, confessed to loading a bus with multiple sacks laden with PMS which they got from a bust NNPC pipeline in Owutu area of Agric in Ikorodu, while their intended sales point was Ijegun.

The police spokesman confirmed that efforts were ongoing to track down other accomplices who ran off.

Police Arrest 32 Suspects Linked To Religious Violence In Niger State

Delta PolicePolice have arrested 32 suspects in connection with a religious violence that claimed the lives of four persons at Pandogari, Rafi Local Government Area of Niger State

The Niger State Police Command confirmed the arrest of the youths on Tuesday.

A statement by the command’s spokesman, Bala Elkana, said that some irate youths had attacked and killed one Methodus Emmanuel Ugwuanyi ‘M’, 20, in Pandogari area.

It was alleged that the said Methodus Emmanuel posted a blasphemous statement on the internet against the Holy Prophet.

Elkana added that six shops were vandalised, two places of worship were burnt, four persons killed including Methodus Emmanuel and three injured.

He noted that Anti-riot policemen and military promptly brought the situation under control and prevented further escalation of the crisis.

Patrol and surveillance operations are intensified across the State after normalcy was restored.

The Commissioner of Police in Niger State, Abubakar Marafa and members of the Command Management Team, have visited the scene and met with relevant stakeholders in the affected community.