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The Real Story of Ishola Oyenusi – Nigeria Deadliest Armed Robber

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Here is the real story of Ishola Oyenusi, popularly known as Doctor Oyenusi, who until his death was Nigeria deadliest armed robber who terrorized the people of Lagos and other neighbouring cities in the 1970s. Ishola Oyenusi and his gang of six were highly skilled in snatching cars, robbing banks, factories, stores and killing people like chickens.

Was Ishola Oyenusi Really A Medical Doctor?

Dr Oyenusi, as he was called, was not a doctor by profession but adopted the title for the fun of it. The evidence lies in a confession he made few minutes before his execution.

He confessed that his parents were not capable of furthering his secondary school education and that was what forced him into robbery. So without having a secondary school education, Oyenusi by no way could have been a medical doctor.

Oyenusi’s Robbery Exploits

Oyenusi started off his robbery career by snatching a car (whose owner died in the process) just because his (Oyenusi) girlfriend needed some money. It was claimed by some sources that Oyenusi was romantic.
He sold the car at the price of N400 and gave the money to his girlfriend. It was also said that Oyenusi was hot-tempered and quite arrogant. During his arrest, he thundered down on a police officer who was ushering him around. He said, “people like you don’t talk to me like that when I’m armed, I gun them down!”

Doctor Ishola Oyenusi came into the limelight after the Nigerian civil war ended in 1970. He robbed banks and people in both daylight and night, and he never let any of his victims live to see another day; he killed them all! This earned him the name “Doctor rob and kill“.

At the height of his horrific reign, Ishola Oyenusi bragged that “the bullet has no power“. He probably forgot that he who live by the sword will surely die by the sword. Oyenusi was so infamous that he was regarded by some people as the “first celebrated armed robber in Nigeria“, and after him was Lawrence Anini, Babatunde Folorunsho (Baba oni lace), Shina Rambo, Buraimo Jimoh and others.

How Ishola Oyenusi’s Nigeria Deadliest Armed Robber was Arrested

However, nothing lasts forever, and as the Yoruba adage says, everyday belongs to the thief while a day belongs to the owner.

On the 27th of March, 1971, Oyenusi was nabbed by the police during one of his robbery operations in which he and his notorious gang killed a police constable named Mr. Nwi and stole $28,000 as at then. Cloud of shame hovered above Doctor Ishola Oyenusi as he was casted before the law and found guilty then sentenced to death by firing squad.

Oyenusi confessed that he was not to die alone because he did not commit the crimes alone.

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The Real Story of Ishola Oyenusi - Nigeria Deadliest Armed Robber

He vomited the names of other members of the gang which included: Joseph Osamedike, Ambrose Nwokobia, Joel Amamieye, Philip Ogbolumain, Ademola Adegbitan and Stephen Ndubuokwu.

Back then, public execution was the order of the day, so when Oyenusi was ushered to the popular Bar Beach in Lagos where he was to be executed, over 30,000 Nigerians were happily and excitedly waiting to see the man who had terrorized them get riddled by hot bullets.

It was said that some civil servants even brought a coffin to the execution ground to mock the once mighty robber kingpin who was now nothing but a scapegoat whose breath would be exhausted in any moment.

Trucks carrying Oyenusi and his executors arrived at the execution ground around 10:am. Doctor Oyenusi, his gang members and one other criminal got down slowly.

People jeered and booed them, especially Oyenusi who they had really trooped out to watch die. Oyenusi donned a dark long-sleeve shirt and had his hands tied behind him.

He was sweating profusely but managed to smile all the way to the stakes. He kept smiling, smiling and smiling but could still not hide the agony and terror written boldly on his face.

Few minutes before he was shot, Oyenusi told journalists that he would not have ventured into armed robbery if his parents were capable of sending him to secondary school.

He also said, “I am dying for the offence I have committed“. Oyenusi and other criminals were fastened to the stakes. The soldiers lined in front of them and aimed their ever-ready guns. Some of the criminals yelled their last words of protest at the cameras. Then a loud voice let out the word “fire”! Oyenusi and other criminals’ bodies were sprayed with bullets.

That was the bitter end of Ishola Oyenusi who lived by the bullets and died by the bullets. The execution of Doctor Ishola Oyenusi sent the streets of Lagos deserted at night. Families locked themselves behind doors for the fear that some of Oyenusi’s boys might retaliate.

The real history of Ishola Oyenusi who until his death was Nigeria deadliest armed robber will forever be remembered in the history of crime in Nigeria.

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UNIBEN Rape Case: Anita Adesuwa Efosa Revealed as the Rape Accuser

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Photograph of the said Anita Adesuwa Efosa

For a few days now, all University of Benin (UNIBEN) have seen in the public space is a perceived dreaded lecturer whose innocence and guilt is yet to be proven and proved beyond reasonable doubt. But one would wonder, WHERE LIES THE PRESENCE OF THE ACCUSER? Maybe it is of no essence to some, whom sometimes may be passerby, sympathisers or mainly aggressive individuals who may only be seen issues from a psychological point of view of the female folk.

It is true that the accuser in this case have been identified as, ANITA ADESUWA EFOSA, a 400 level English & Literature Student of the University of Benin (Benin City) whom have been confirmed by various sources to be a ‘Ghost Student’, this is to say that ANITA ADESUWA EFOSA barely attend classes as it is. It is possible she may be having academic issues also.

It is also confirmed that the accused lecturer, Dr. Steve Bode Ekundayo is currently the Final Year Project Coordinator for the Department of English & Literature. While the public keeps talking of the lecturer, many are yet to seek the identity of the accuser, but gradually, that is being sorted out.

These question then arises:

1. Who is Adesuwa Anita Efosa in the Department of English & Literature?

2. What did she go to do at the lecturers office at the said time?

3. Was she alone with the accused all through the period of the accusations at the lecturer’s office?

4. Does she have any relationship with the accused aside being a student and nothing more?

5. Is that the first time she’s visiting that office?

6. Was she really raped by the accused as claimed by her?

7. Are there clear court evidences that testifies that? If yes,

8. Why is the accuser in hiding despite many efforts made by the School Authorities, the Student Union Government (SUG) and the Nigerian Police to hear her side of the story as investigations have started?

9. Could the said identified Anita Adesuwa Efosa have been pushed by external or internal elements to blackmail the accused? If no

10. Why then the continuous hiding? If yes

11. Did she not think critically that this act of rape accusations has lasting implications on both the accused, herself and the image of the University of Benin?

What is expected from the relevant authorities is to adhere strictly to DUE PROCESS of handling the matter because both the accused and the accuser may either be wrong or right in this whole matter but it is rather unfair to some extend that, of a truth, the University Authorities also have taken some ‘Too Quick Steps’ sanction the lecturer without adhering strictly to the constitutional principles of FAIR HEARING by setting up a known panel to investigate properly the matter, which is an internal capacity of the institution before handing over the matter to the police thereby breaching some organisational and professional procedures.

Now, what is the ad-hoc punishment for the accuser, most especially on the basis of her refusing all contacts and calls put through to her to appear before the state (police). Punishment should be proportional to offense committed. If you must place an accused on such stringent condition, the accuser whom have continuously hid her face should go through some form of sanction too.

In all, we must not judge a case based on sentiments. We must take all correct measures to ensure a balanced view and deed.

Experts have established that there are only two reasons why ANITA ADESUWA EFOSA could be in hiding. The first is that she may have been threatened by either known or unknown faces and voices through whatever medium. The other reason may be that ANITA ADESUWA EFOSA never expected that *this matter will escalate to this very degree and must have felt the guilt of having told lies to the public and is at the same time not able to get hold of the veracity of her claims against the accused which may lead to a strict punishment against her by school authorities and the police. but whichever way the pendulum swings, according to Niccolo Machiavelli, “the end shall justify the means”

Just to know the two parties involved ANITA ADESUWA EFOSA, a 400 level ENGLISH AND LITERATURE STUDENT is, the faceless rape accuser we all have been craving to know. We await the outcome of all necessary investigations. By then, the truth of the matter will be revealed to the world and we shall know who was raped and by who. Anyone may be innocent in this matter.

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NDLEA Raid: 3300kg of Drugs Seized as 2 Femal Poly Student Arrested

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Two Female 100 level Poly Student

3,300kgs of drugs have been seized in Abuja hotel, Lagos airport, Edo, Kaduna raids as 2 female 100 level Poly students, among 10 suspects arrested.

Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, have uncovered a hotel in Abuja where drugs are sold and young ladies camped for commercial sex. At least, four persons; three ladies and a man were arrested when the drug joint, JAT Suites, located at 30 Lobito Crescent, Wuse 2 was raided and some quantity of Rohynol and paraphernalia for smoking crack cocaine were recovered on Wednesday 22nd September, 2021.

Investigations reveal that the hotel is operated without requisite approvals in a high profile neighborhood and patronised by call girls while the bar serves as the spot to smoke and sell drugs to the young girls and their customers.

Chairman/Chief Executive of NDLEA, Brig. Gen. Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd) has directed the FCT Command and the Directorate of Assets and Financial Investigations of the Agency to do all within the law to ensure the property is forfeited to the federal government to serve as deterrence to others who allow their premises to be used for drug dealing.

In the same vein, one Ms. Ozigbo Joy Nneka has been arrested at NAHCO Export Shed of the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, MMIA, Lagos while trying to export packs of codeine tablets weighing 15.15kg to the United Kingdom last Wednesday. A day earlier, Tuesday 21st September, narcotic officers at the airport also arrested one Nwajindo Ndubuisi Emmanuel during inward clearance of Ethiopian Airline passengers at the E-arrival hall. Some bottles of codeine weighing 5.65kg were recovered from him.

Also at the airport, a total of 150.30kg of khat was seized on Monday 20th Sept after six weeks of placing the consignment, which arrived SAHCO shed on August 2, via Kenyan Airways cargo flight, on surveillance.

In a related development, two female part one students of Edo State Polytechnic, Uzen, Babalola Modupe Angel (19) and Esekhagbe Sonia (20) were arrested on Thursday 23rd September, with 21 wraps of skunk, while another lady, Chioma Okocha, 25, was arrested the following day Friday 24th Sept when she tried to deliver 200grams of Crack Cocaine to a customer at an eatery in Benin. Earlier same day, men of the Irrua Area Command of the Agency working on actionable intelligence evacuated 10 bags of cannabis sativa weighing 135kg in Amahor bush in Igueben area. The exhibits were stored ready for transportation to other parts of the country.

In the same vein, men of the Okada Area Command in the early hours of Sunday 26th Sept evacuated 2,937 kilograms of cannabis sativa from Utese forest in Ovia North East local government area of Edo state.

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In Kaduna state, Mrs. Fatima Musa, a widow and notorious drug dealer was arrested on Saturday 18th Sept at Afana village in Zango Kataf LGA while moving 12kg of cannabis to Jos. She had earlier been convicted and sentenced to six months imprisonment on 7th July 2020 following her arrest on 3rd March 2020 with 45kg of cannabis sativa.

While commending the officers and men of the FCT, MMIA, Edo and Kaduna Commands of the Agency for the raids, arrests and seizures in the past week, Gen. Marwa urged them not to rest on their oars until the menace of drug trafficking and abuse is reduced to the barest minimum in every part of the country.

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How my Son Tried to Remove my Eyes for Money Ritual – Delta Woman Narrates

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Emma Eregarnoma invited his mother, Mrs Oke Eregarnoma, to his house on Caroline Street, Okuokoko after he persuaded her that he had a surprise package for her.

On getting there, she said she saw Emma in an unusual joyous mood, after he welcomed her in. He then increased the volume of his musical gadgets. Oke alleged that her son suddenly locked the door and made moves to strangle and pluck off her eyes, just as she screamed for help, adding that no one heard her due to the loud music.

She said after fighting with his son for some minutes she regained her strength and ran outside for help, while neighbours came to her rescue.

Mrs Oke Eregarnoma, while narrating her ordeal to journalists on a hospital bed where she was recuperating, recalled that before the attack, her son boasted that “he must drive GLK this week.

The suspect was consequently apprehended and taken to the police station. Emma was detained at the Orerokpe divisional police headquarters in Okpe Local Government Area, Delta State over the incident, which occurred on Tuesday in Okuokoko community near Warri.

The acting Police Public Relations Officer, Delta State, DSP Bright Edafe, confirmed the incident, adding that the suspect was in custody.

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