Hilarious: How Robbery Suspects Charmed SARS Operatives To Escape From Cell

Hilarious: How Robbery Suspects Charmed SARS Operatives To Escape From Cell
Some operatives of SARS
Some operatives of SARS

Do charms and juju really work? That has been the question on the lips of Nigerians after two robbery suspects, Bukola Adeoye and Rotimi Adeyeye, who escaped from the custody of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the Ondo State Police Command, Akure, allegedly used charms on the officers on duty before making good their escape.
The suspects, according to Punch, were reportedly arrested after a robbery in Akure some weeks ago and were kept in the custody of SARS, but later escaped with their handcuffs still on.
However, they were re-arrested after a girlfriend of one of the suspects, Loveth Ogbu, who was arrested by the police, led the police to one of the suspects whom she said she was never aware was an armed robber.
Ogbu, a beer parlour operator who was paraded by the police alongside the suspects, said she used to live with Adeyeye in Akure and when she asked her boyfriend what he did for a living, he threatened to kill her if she told anybody.
“I am Rotimi’s (Adeyeye) girlfriend. We lived together in the Ijoka area of Akure. I did not know that he was an armed robber until he was arrested by policemen.
The policemen told me that he and his friend, Bukola ( Adeoye ) were armed robbers. When they were in police custody, his elder brother, Barrister, gave two of them juju (charm) to use on the policemen on duty.
He also helped them to remove the handcuffs after they escaped. They used the juju on the policemen at the SARS so that they could escape. The policemen on duty were hypnotized, so they were able to escape.”
The state Commissioner of Police, Gbenga Adeyanju who paraded the suspects, said Adeyeye and Adeoye, after escaping from the SARS custody, moved to Ore in the Odigbo Local Government Area of the state ‘where they continued their criminal activities.’
The commissioner explained that when Ogbu was arrested and she led the police to the hideout of the suspects, they engaged policemen in a shootout and Adeoye was shot, while Adeyeye escaped again.
Adeoye later died at a hospital following the injury sustained in the gun duel.

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