Insecurity Metro news

How an armed robber entered my house and took me away nak3d

Ibadan resident narrates how robber entered her house and took her away nak3d

A woman has narrated how an armed robber broke into her house in Apete, Ibadan.

She revealed that the lone robber removed all the security bulbs around her apartment then tore the net of each apartment to peep in.
Seeing that she was alone in hers, she said he removed two rods from her burglary protector and kicked her door down before waking her with a slap.

Human Rights news

Sunday Igboho’s followers protest in Ibadan, demands unconditional release of their Leader

Group on Saturday staged a protest in Ibadan, demanding unconditional release of Yoruba separatist, Sunday Igboho. The protesters, who were mostly youths, carried placards with various inscriptions like “Free Sunday Igboho, “he is not a terrorist”, “Igboho Ni Mi”, “Yoruba Nation now” and many others.

The group accused the federal government of being behind Igboho’s continuous detention, stressing that the case was different in the fight against banditry and terrorism. The protesters, who gathered in front of Igboho’s residence at Soka area, Ibadan later took the protest to Lagos-Ibadan expressway.

New Category news

Fresh graduate shot dead, many injured as hoodlums attack shopping mall in Ibadan

Some hoodlums suspected to be cultists reportedly killed a fresh graduate while many others were wounded when they attacked Shoprite Mall along Ring Road, Ibadan on Sunday night,July 25.

A witness, who preferred anonymity, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday July 26, in Ibadan that the deceased identified as Akinola Babatunde, was shot dead by the hoodlums at the entrance gate of the mall.

He said the quick appearance of security operatives further prevented the hoodlums from gaining access into the mall.

The witness said that people at the mall started running helter-skelter when the miscreants struck which led to the injury of an unspecified number of persons.

The witness said that the attempt by the hoodlums to use the opportunity to break the glass door of the mall to loot was unsuccessful.

He said the quick appearance of security operatives further prevented the hoodlums from gaining access into the mall.

“I suspect those boys were members of rival cult group, trying to prove superiority here at the mall,” the witness said.

“The incident started at a Club inside the Shoprite around 8:30 p.m. and those hoodlums later pushed themselves to the entrance gate where one person was killed,” the witness said.

Spokesperson of the Oyo State Police Command, Adewale Osifeso, who confirmed the incident on Monday, said it was a case of ‘cult related violence” and investigation is ongoing.