Shocking! See The Two Female Robbers Caught And Disgraced In Rivers State Video

These two women identified as Favour and Uchechi, pictured above, were identified to be professional criminals, were caught by people with several sophisticated master keys in their possession. They were arrested along Rumuoke, off AdaGeorge Road, Port Harcourt, Rivers state and disgraced badly before been handed over to the police for investigation.

Before robbery was attributed to men alone but nowadays women are really taking over from men.

According to Facebook users, Bright Jossy, the women were arrested by some members of the National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN), Rivers state chapter. The armed women allegedly use their master keys to gain entrance into homes in the neighborhood and steal things They were handed over to the Nigerian Police Force, after the have been badly beaten and disgraced by the youth.

They were beaten to the extent that the were thrown inside the cutter full of mood.

The ladies were caught after a woman raised an alarm of them gaining entrance into her locked apartment, the stole so many things from the woman’ s house and they were about leaving when the youth of the community caught up with them and collected the items from them.

These women were described as a disgrace to womanwood, they were beaten in a very bad way Untill the police came and took them away.

They two girls were handed over to the police force which arrested them and took them to the station for interrogations, after series of interrogations they all confessed of how they use to go about on day time and in the night to steal people’ s things.

Some implicating items were found from them at the point of their arrest, items like a short pistel, master keys, and machetes.

The police DPO who confirmed the arrest said the ladies have been terrorising the peace of the community.

He told the youth to be calm that the ladies will be transferred to their headquarters for more interrogations and charging.

Clergyman Arrested for Alleged Murder

Operatives of the Anti- Robbery Squad in a serious Operation sometime last year at about 1330hrs, arrested a pastor who is also a notorious kidnapper and serial killer by name, Anthony Ndubuisi, from Ngo- Okpala in Imo State but resides at Umuebulu Etche local government area of rivers Rivers State.

The suspect who was arrested through intelligence led policing, on interrogation confessed to have carried out several kidnappings and killings of his unsuspecting victims, including his church members and dump their bodies in his Soakaway.

According to reports gathered, Pastor Tony who is also into the sales of shoes and owns a church in rivers state kills mostly his business associates after business deals and his church members who are rich especially the ones he is owing. He kills them in one of his unoccupied houses.

In the course of investigation, the suspect led Operatives to his house at Umuebulu, where he pointed to a Septic Tank that contained the bodies of his victims and surprisingly so many dead bodies were removed from the tank that got the police and people shocked

On investigations, the police recovered three human skulls and the decomposing body of his recent victim which happened to be his church member.

They have been evacuated and taken to the mortuary for Autopsy.

In the wake of his arrest, two Pump action guns and some Cartridges were recovered from this wonderful pastor.

The police and his entire neighbour’ s were in total shock for they never believed the pastor could be that wicked.

The pastor was taken back to the police station while serious investigations were being carried out.

While confessing to the crime, it was discovered that the pastor had so many people working for him, he told the police he was only using the church to deceive people that his main business was kidnapping and killing.

He explained to the police why he usually kill his victims according to him: he kills his victims so that they won’ t expose him of his evil doings.

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Clash of Rivers Titans: Wike, Amaechi ready for War as Loyalists Clash Over Defections

A battle typical of the mythical clash of the titans appear to be brewing between Rivers State Governor Nyesom Wike and his predecessor and Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Amaechi.

(Amaechi, left and Wike)

Their supporters have kick-started the fight with veiled jabs thrown at each other over the defection and counter defections of party members

Recall that recently, some members of the Rivers State chapter of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) jumped ship to the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC), while some APC members also cross carpeted to the other divide

Spokesman of the Amaechi led-APC faction, Ogbonna Nwuke, while reacting to the defection of two former Commissioners Ibinabo Michael-West and Dr. John Bazia from the PDP to APC, said it was proof that the PDP has been rejected in the State.

Nwuke accused Wike of turning into a dictator, adding that those who defected were tired of being led by a Senior Prefect.


He also accused the PDP of feeding it’s members with lies, noting that he was not surprised they were beginning to fall apart.

Media Assistant to the Chief of Staff, Rivers State Government House, Jackson Owhor, however described the defections as inconsequential, adding that it was “good riddance..”

He drew the public’s attention to the fact that two former allies of Amaechi, a former leader of the Rivers State House of Assembly, Dr. Chidi Lloyd and the former Commissioner of Health in the State, Dr. Sampson Parker, also dumped the APC for the PDP.

As loyalists of the two Rivers titans engage themselves in verbal battle, their principals themselves utilize any opportunity to throw shots.

Amaechi recently did just that.

He told a group of defectors that while he remained loyal and worked for the victory of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2015 in the interest of the the State and the Niger Delta region, Wike was busy hauling insults at him.

<p class="has-drop-cap has-vivid-red-color has-text-color" value="<amp-fit-text layout="fixed-height" min-font-size="6" max-font-size="72" height="80">According to him, he had remained quiet on the advice of an elder statesman who told him that Wike will soon expose his character to the world and he soon did.According to him, he had remained quiet on the advice of an elder statesman who told him that Wike will soon expose his character to the world and he soon did.

(Wike and Amaechi)

Wike and Amaechi appear poised for war as Amaechi has promised to come back to the State and dictate it’s affairs but we all know Wike is not one that will allow such.

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Rivers LG Chairman arrested over alleged link with late gang leader, Boboski

Paul Kobani, Gokana LG chairman: arrested over alleged link to most wanted criminal gang leader

Okafor Ifiebor/ Rivers

Crack Detectives from the Rivers Police Command have arrested the Chairman of Gokana Local Government Chairman, Hon. Paul Vidag Kobani over alleged link with Honest Diigbara, aka Boboski, the late notorious leader of criminal gang which operated in the Ogoni communities of the State.

Boboski, who had N30 million ransom on his head was arrested by the Police over weekend.

Acting on a tip-off, a team of policemen with the support of the local vigilance group had traced Boboski to a wake keep ceremony where he was arrested alongside with his second in command who was identified to be his immediate younger brother after a gun fight.

But died few hours after he was paraded before journalists from gunshot wounds.

It was learnt that the Gokana Local Government Chairman was also arrested in the early hours of Thursday from his residence after a prolonged, discreet investigation by undercover detectives of the Command who had been on the trail of late Boboski and his associates.

Boboski on parade by the Police before he died

Public Relations Officer of the command, SP Nnamdi Omoni, also confirmed the arrest. He said crack detectives are investigating the Chairman to authenticate allegations of his alleged link to the notorious gang leader.

The Rivers State Government had on Thursday redeemed the N30 million bounty it placed on the head of Boboski for information that lead to his arrest.

Rivers Police Commissioner, Joseph Mukan, had while speaking on a live programme on  Silverbird Television on Wednesday revealed that the Command had identified prominent Rivers citizens responsible for proliferation of cultism in the state and that they will be brought to book as nobody is above the law.

He also assured the state Government, while receiving the N30 million bounty placed on the head of Boboski on Thursday that other members of the notorious gang will be tracked down and arrested.

Total blackout in Rivers as protesters shutdown Afam transmission station

Some irate Rivers youths have shutdown the Afam transmission station, causing a total blackout in Port Harcourt, the state capital, and its environs.

The youths were protesting against the alleged inability by the Port Harcourt Electricity Distribution Company (PHED) to provide steady electricity at no cost to its host communities.

Consequently, the Afam youths in Oyibo Local Government Area mobilised in their numbers, barricaded the road leading to the power station and stopped the Transmission Company of Nigeria workers from accessing the facility on Friday night.

One of the protesters, who gave his name simply as Kingsley, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) that they were protesting against unsteady power supply in their communities. He said their action was prompted by the alleged disconnection of the communities from the national grid due to their failure to pay electricity bills.

The Manager, Corporate Communications of PHED, Mr John Onyi, confirmed the incident to NAN in Port Harcourt on Saturday.

He said: “The Oyibo youths barricaded the transmission station located inside Afam, the main source of power to Port Harcourt.

“This action has been the reason the residents are experiencing power outage,” Onyi said. He said that PHED was worried over the frequent shutdown of the Afam facility by youths.

He contended that the development always resulted in huge revenue losses to the company.

“They carried similar action on August 14 by shutting down the same power station, leading to total darkness in Port Harcourt.

“The shutdown at the time prompted a meeting of all the stakeholders, including the Rivers Ministry of Power, to resolve the imbroglio.

“The meeting led to the setting up of a sub-committee with a mandate to find a lasting solution to the matter, and given 10 days to submit its report,” Onyi said.

He described the protest as disappointing, especially as the youths reportedly sent representatives to the meeting and were aware of the outcome of the engagement.

The PHED spokesman debunked the allegation that the company disconnected the host communities from the power grid and blamed the outage to faulty lines.

According to him, the company wanted to fix the faulty lines but decided against it due to huge cost involved. “Also, we were constrained to deploy such huge resources to a community that has never paid electricity bill for seven years of PHED’s existence in the area.

“Everyone knows that electricity is not free anywhere in the world, and so, such action by the communities makes it difficult for PHED to pay salaries and meet other statutory obligations. “We seek the intervention of opinion leaders and security agencies to prevail on the youths to vacate the place to enable PHED to distribute power to its customers,” Onyi said.