Ogun: 37-Yr-Old Man Nabbed While Dismantling Aluminium Sliding Windows 


THIRTY-SEVEN-YEAR-OLD Ashade Kamoru was in the process of dismantling aluminium sliding windows from a building in his Owode-Yewa community when he was apprehended by operatives of the Ogun State Community, Social Orientation, and Safety Corps, otherwise known as So-Safe Corps

Kamoru, a resident of Wawe House on Elekure Street, Alagbon, Ashade was said to be busy dismantling the sliding windows of a building at Iyana-Ifako, also in Alagbon, when the long arm of the law caught up with him. 

In a statement issued issued by the Corps Commander of So-Safe, Dr. Soji Ganzallo through the Agency’s Director of Information and Public Relations, AC Moruf Yusuf, the suspect was arrested at about 5:45 am on Tuesday, 5 March by operatives of the SC Fatimoh Idris-led Owode-Yewa Divisional Command of the Corps. 

He was alleged to have stolen six sliding aluminium windows, three of which were recovered on the spot. 

Ganzallo emphasized that the suspect, realising that the game was up, confessed to the crime during preliminary investigation, and later led the officers to where he hid the three earlier stolen while intending to remove more later.

The suspect and the recovered exhibits have been transferred to the Owode Egbado Divisional Police Headquarters for further investigation and prosecution.


Eighteen-Eleven Media 


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