Police Uncover Illegal Hospital Operating In Edo

September 21, 2019
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Men of the Edo State Police Command have uncovered a fake hospital in at Obamwonyi Street in Bénin City.

The Police arrested its operator, one Oriakhi Okundayo, aged 53 for operating the illegal hospital and engaging in unwholesome medical practices including abortions.

State Commissioner of Pólice, Danmallam Abubakar, stated this when he paraded 160 suspects arrested for offences ranging from murder, kidnappings, armed robbery, cultism and defilement.

Danmallam stated that investigation has led to the arrest of one Micheal Ayigie, the key suspect in the 2017 murder of policemen and abduction of Managing Director of Ogba Zoological Gardens, Andy Ehanire.

He said the three kidnappers that abducted and killed one Adeleke Adebare have been arrested.

The Edo Police boss gave their names as Hassan, Tambayo Adamu and Mukau Useni.

He said a 25-year old man; Ebuka Emeka who abducted and defiled a young female at Upper Sokponba has been nabbed.

“These are some of our achievements between August and September. Edo State Command has attained next level proactive policing. We arrested some of them before they strike.

“Along our major highways, we have ensured they are safe.”

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