PARENTS MUST SEE THIS!! Police Reveal Items Recovered From Six Teenagers In Lagos


Insecurity has continued to be a serious challenge in the country because the way people are falling victims to these criminal elements is becoming incremental.

The country is faced currently with the issue of Kidnapping and killing in the country and the most affected region in the northern part of the country.

The security agencies are not really relenting in their fight against these vices. Many can no longer travel again without the fear of attack and Kidnapping.

The Lagos State Police Command was said to have arrested some teenagers who were found with guns and bullets.


The Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Lagos Police Command was said to have intercepted five persons with guns and bullets.

The RRS made the arrest and photos public in a statement on its Facebook page.

The suspects were said to be arrested with a pump-action rifle, a locally made revolver, and 21 live cartridges.

Those arrested are Ayomide Adeolu (24), Quam Olanrewaju (19), Oladele Giwa (16) Basit Adams (17), and Ayinde Abibat (20).

Acting on intelligence, an RRS patrol team stopped a RAV4 2018 model with a customized number plate ‘TEPAOJE’ in Ajah.

Meanwhile, a thorough search of the vehicle revealed a cache of arms, ammunition, and charms.

Part of the statement released read: “The driver, Ayomide Adeolu, have made useful statements that would assist the police in the arrest of more suspects.”

Some years ago, a teenager was also said to have been arrested for manufacturing guns in the Ajah area of the state.

The Suspect and his accomplices were said to come from Benue State to deliver some arms and ammunition to some criminals in Lagos when he was arrested.

The Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, who paraded the suspects alongside 300 others for various crimes, said: “The gun manufacturer and his suppliers were arrested in Ajah when they came to deliver some arms and ammunition to some armed robbers. On August 8, information was received from a credible source that some arm merchants based in the Adipo area of Benue were bringing arms and ammunition to Ajah to sell to some armed robbers and cultists.

“Sequel to the information, SARS operatives were mobilized to Ajah to closely monitor the area.

“The exercise paid off as three of the arms dealers were arrested in a hotel at Lekki, by Jakande Estate, with a shuttle bag containing two locally-made barrette pistols. The suspects are Shapraku Umade, 19; Moses Anzuur, 19; and James Tsebee, 20.

“Umade is the blacksmith who fabricated the firearms. He acquired the skills from his late father. It was revealed that the suspect usually sells the guns to their Lagos collaborators for N30,000 each. He has been in the illicit business for the past two years.”


In February, a student was caught with a gun on the school premises. The female secondary Student said she brought it to school to kill her vice principal.

She was said to be arrested by the authorities of Government Secondary School, Ikot Ewa, Akpabuyo Local government area of Cross River State for unlawful possession of a locally made pistol.

The report has it that the SS2 Arts class Student in the school was cautioned by one of her teachers to cut her hair because the color of dye on it was inappropriate and prohibited.

It was also added that she came to school on a faithful day with the intent to shoot the Vice -Principal

Meanwhile, a source said: “From inception, I noticed the way she greets and we decided to take a closer look at her personality and activities in school.

”On the said day, she was asked by a teacher to go cut her hair because she dyed during the festival period(December) the teacher also confiscated her sandals so that after cutting the hair she would pick them up.

”But after she had cut the hair she came to show the teacher and then get her sandals back, but we decided to calm her down because she was started becoming rude and we said she wanted to see the principal.

“When she got there, the principal tried to calm her down, but when she got talking, we discovered she was heavily drunk with alcohol ( Captain Jack ), she was not stable at all.

”At that point, her bag was searched and a very expensive gold plated phone, gold necklaces including a locally made pistol were recovered, and she confessed that it was given to her by her “man-friend ” with who she has been having an affair with.”


In September, an Ikorodu Magistrates’ Court in Lagos State was said to have ordered that a teenager identified as Pelumi Onabanjo, who pleaded guilty to wilding dangerous weapon be remanded in prison.

The report has it that Pelumi Onabanjo was charged with unlawful use of a dangerous weapon.

According to Magistrate B.A. Shonuga in her judgment, adjourned the case until Oct. 28, for fact and sentencing.


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