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Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Wisdomkosi(m): 11:20pm On Oct 28, 2020
Police Arrest Hoodlums For Allegedly Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra (Photos)


The Nigerian Police have arrested and paraded seventeen suspected hoodlums who were allegedly involved in attacking police stations, looting and malicious damage of government and private property in Anambra state.

IGBERE TV reports that the Police paraded the hoodlums at the state police command in Amawbia.

In his remarks, the Anambra State Commissioner of Police,CP John Abang thanked Ndi Anambra for their efforts towards the overall success recorded by the Command in calming the situation and restoring normalcy in the state.
https://igberetvnews.com/1369722/police-arrest-hoodlums-allegedly-destroying-police-facilities-anambra-photos/

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by gaius01(m): 11:25pm On Oct 28, 2020
Arrrrrrrh

Please this are the kind of guys you label hoodlums not protesters.

Very good atleast they will understand the opportunity they try to minimize was worthless at the end .

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by money121(m): 11:25pm On Oct 28, 2020
Ok
Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by yarimo(m): 12:10am On Oct 29, 2020
this is very commendable from the Nigeria police grin grin

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by phransix2: 3:58am On Oct 29, 2020
When Nigeria Police start work na we go dey beg them to collect bribe....

Watch out for the New Police Force

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Temitopemo6e6(m): 3:58am On Oct 29, 2020
This are they people that's taking this country backwards,fool..

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by starbuck(f): 3:59am On Oct 29, 2020
They definitely looks like those touts at upper iweka, down flyover and Port Harcourt Road that won't allow innocent citizens enjoy their source of livelihood

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by sharena(m): 4:00am On Oct 29, 2020
Make dem just go rest their case for Kirikiri because I don't see why a youth of their age will decided to just render themselves useless at this time when other youths are trying to ensure the country becomes promising and better for everyone

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Hotzone(m): 4:01am On Oct 29, 2020
Jail time loading
Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Doyou2019: 4:03am On Oct 29, 2020
sharena:
Make dem just go rest their case for Kirikiri because I don't see why a youth of their age will decided to just render themselves useless at this time when other youths are trying to ensure the country becomes promising and better for everyone
Politicians created these sort of people for their selfish gains.

Make of that what you will

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by ivolt: 4:04am On Oct 29, 2020
They should get at least 30 years each.
Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by 1beat(m): 4:11am On Oct 29, 2020
I hope they picked the right people, they did not random pick by the roadside..

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by JoeEeL(m): 4:29am On Oct 29, 2020
Why does the media not report that police and soldiers have been whisking people in the East, abducting them and killing them? Why did media not report that soldiers in their numbers abducted and likely killed people in Akwa Ibom? Why would criminal politicians loot and steal but they're not tagged 'hoodlums' but citizens who go collect what is their right are tagged 'hoodlums'? Why is there no report that about 10 indigenes who went to take palliatives (which is their right) were shot and killed in Enugu but nothing like that happened in other parts of the country?

When will police arrest soldiers that shoot at civilians unprovoked?

When has police for once ever caught fulani herdsmen in their numbers and publicly display them like this?

When will police arrest politicians who loot COVID-19 palliatives meant for her people and hide in unknown warehouses to sell and consume for themselves?

When will those who studied law at school begin to challenge the very essence of it to begin sueing this terroristic and law-breaking government?

This is a loud warning to the extremely undiscerning minds. We have a bigger war on our hands. We are being terrorised into submission while the Fulanis keep spreading control over both lands and power. Start reasoning. 'Yoruba ronu', this is the time to start using that phrase rightly. South west, you are still sleeping. Open your eyes now its still early.

My 2 cents. cool

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Mindlog: 4:40am On Oct 29, 2020
Nice one.
Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Sabadon(m): 4:44am On Oct 29, 2020
D.P.O
Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Evilgenuis: 4:52am On Oct 29, 2020
Old wine in a new keg grin grin grin grin Naija police can never change, how sure are we that this is not a random raid just to hold someone culpable.
As far as I'm concerned, what investigation led to their arrest. Presenting an old knife with a worn out gun is not enough... This is why I say our police needs to be reformed.

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by laffwitmi: 4:55am On Oct 29, 2020
Obi’s thugs

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by KosiGee: 5:01am On Oct 29, 2020
Where’s the boy that decapitated the head of a burnt police man at Ogidi??

Their job isn’t complete without apprehending and prosecuting that devil....including the one that held the chopped off head in his hands while laughing in front of camera and sitting on an okada.

Those two and their accomplices shouldn’t be walking free. They are evil and highly dangerous.

...Having said that, the soldiers that murdered two young men playing football while defying the covid stay at home at Onitsha early this year need to be fished out, DPOs of Okpoko police station who have been extorting and making the lives of hard working people in Onitsha miserable should be prosecuted and punished.

The men of DSS, military, police and especially the commissioner of police Enugu state should be prosecuted and punished for harming ,killing and disturbing the peace of youths exercising at St. Patrick’s Emene Enugu. Shame on that police commissioner who was trying very hard to intimidate some young men on camera to accept crimes they haven’t committed.

Police and military should account for various murders committed against the states. Police and military should do their jobs and stop mounting illegal checkpoints aimed at extorting hard working road users.

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by BIGGESThead6: 5:10am On Oct 29, 2020
Hmmm, see rich IGBO MEN grin grin grin grin grin grin grin

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by ABOVEDELAW: 5:25am On Oct 29, 2020
IF YOU TAKE A CLOSE LOOK , YOU WILL SEE THAT ALL THOSE TOUTS ARE FROM EBONYI, ENUGU AND ABIA STATES, THEY ARE NOT ANAMBRARIANS.

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Anaerobi(m): 5:38am On Oct 29, 2020
okay . hop Nwafor have been caught too. he is worst than hoodlums.

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by alphaRego01(m): 5:45am On Oct 29, 2020
phransix2:
When Nigeria Police start work na we go dey beg them to collect bribe....

Watch out for the New Police Force




Lol.
I hope we wont be disappointed eventually
Black monkey na black monkey
Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by abbaapple: 5:47am On Oct 29, 2020
angry



Ipobpigbians! SMH

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Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by Nobody: 6:05am On Oct 29, 2020
I guess this dude has no regrets at all.

Re: Police Arrest Hoodlums Accused Of Destroying Police Facilities In Anambra by GeoAfrikana(m): 6:07am On Oct 29, 2020
Doyou2019:

Politicians created these sort of people for their selfish gains.

Make of that what you will

Politicians didn't create them, they empowered them and gave them a voice. The boys were already on the path of thuggery before being hired by politicians.

Both politicians and the thugs will carry his burden by himself.

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