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Four policemen are reportedly lying critically ill in an undisclosed hospital following an attack by suspected hoodlums at a checkpoint they mounted at Bonsac Junction, Asaba area on the Benin-Asaba-Onitsha Expressway.
The policemen, who are attached to the Delta State Police Command, were also said to have been dispossessed of two AK-47 rifles and two other guns by the hoodlums before disappearing.
The state police authorities however, would neither confirm nor deny the report of the incident, which occurred on Wednesday night at about 9.30p.m.
The state Commissioner of Police, Mr. Adeyinka Adeleke, told our reporter on telephone yesterday that he was still on annual vacation while the command’s spokeswoman, DSP Onome Onowakpoyeva claimed that she was yet to be briefed about incident.
One of the injured policemen was alleged to have died of his injuries during the incident but a police source denied the death of one the policemen.
The incident allegedly caused panic in the area as the hoodlums, numbering about 10, attacked the policemen with dangerous weapons.
Following the attack, a team of armed policemen allegedly later raided the area, arresting youths indiscriminately in connection

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Not less than 27 suspected yahoo boys have been arrested during a raid on Modzak Hotel at Abule-Egba area of Lagos

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Although, the raid was only aimed at arresting a suspected internet fraud kingpin, it led to the arrest of others who are also believed to be in the business.

Balogun, according to a statement by the commission, allegedly harboured an army of young men recruited to carry out financial frauds on the internet.

While some were arrested at Balogun’s Beckley Estate residence in Lagos, among others were apprehended at the hotel.

The anti-graft agency recovered from the suspects three vehicles, fetish items, laptops, mobile phones and documents suspected to contain fraudulent data.

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Reports of extortion, illegal detention and physical assault by men of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) are frighteningly common these days.Reports of extortion, illegal detention and physical assault by men of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) are frighteningly common these days.
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This wrongful profiling has cost innocent young men and women their freedom and money also. As barbaric and inhumane as it sounds, it is clear that the NPF is running its ship based on a supposedly ‘moral centric’ leaning to identify criminals.
It would soon be a year of the anti-SARS movement online and despite the attempts to reform the Nigerian Police Force by citizens, nothing has been done about it by the Federal Government. The Buhari administration has been notoriously quiet on SARS and the #EndSARS movement. Not a whiff of a statement has come from the office of the President and the Vice-President.
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The numbers are managed by SIAF NG, and other well meaning activists who are helping curb the menace caused by SARS.

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