4 Arrested Over Badoo Killings In Lagos

4 Arrested Over Badoo Killings In Lagos

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Added by December 12, 2017

The police have busted no fewer than four suspected members of the Badoo gang for allegedly killing a pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God.

The pastor, Victor Kanayo, along with a woman with her children were killed in Ikorodu area of Lagos.

The police arrested Ibrahim Anifowose, 28, and Uche Igwe at their hideouts at Aremu Street, Ojota; while Abdulrazaq Yahyaha and Abubakar Tenimu were caught at Ibeshe in connection with other killings.

Commissioner of Police in Lagos Imohimi Edgal said two mobile phones belonging to the deceased persons were recovered from the suspects.

“Detectives swung into action immediately. The undercover operatives traced the suspects to their hideout at Ojota from where they were arrested. The detectives recovered the deceased telephone from the suspects,” the police chief said.

“This will be the last time I will refer to the group as Badoo cult members. These people are hoodlums and murderers and should be referred to as such. I urge members of the public to see them as criminals.”

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