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Police Send Warning To Nigerians Over Nudity





Benjamin Hundeyin, the Public Relations Officer of the Lagos State Police Command, has warned Nigerians to tread carefully when sending out their nudes.

He advised the citizenry to cover their faces or any other identification marks when sharing such pictures with other individuals.

The police officer also warned Nigerians that videos can also be recorded and screenshot.

According to the Lagos Police command Spokesperson, he has lost count of victims making reports about people blackmailing them with their nudes.

He therefore, urged Nigerians not to trust anyone and take adequate precautions.

According to him, “If you must send nudes, at least do one-view or cover your face or any other identification mark. And do not forget that video calls can be screen shot/recorded. For others, it is a clandestine recording of their intimate moments, of course without consent.

“I have honestly lost count of people, sometimes notable ones, approaching me about someone somewhere blackmailing and extorting them with their nudes.

“Trust no one. Take adequate precautions. Trust your instincts too. And do not forget to reach incb.npf.gov.ng in the unfortunate event you fall victim of this.”


Kidnapped Fouani brothers rescued in Lagos





Police in Lagos State says its operatives have rescued the three abducted Fouani brothers.

The police spokesperson in the state, Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed their release in statement to journalists on Tuesday.


The three brothers, Abbas Fouani, Youssef Fouani, and Amtal Fouani, were abducted around 6pm in Lagos on June 14.


Fouani Nigeria Ltd specialises in electronics and is the sole distributor of LG, Hisense, and Maxi products in Nigeria.


According to report, the three brothers were coming from their factory by boat when they were abducted.


The police, on Monday, had said it was working “tirelessly” to ensure that the victims were released.


Vanguard gathered that the victims, including the boat driver and his assistant, were released Monday night in Orugbo Iddo.


While confirming their release, Hundeyin said the feat was achieved by the Lagos Marine police with support from the navy.


Hundeyin said the victims have since been taken to their residence.


“They were rescued late last night in Orugbo Iddo. Our marine police with the support of the Nigerian Navy brought them to shore,” Hundeyin said.


“Thereafter, our tactical team in the area took them home on Banana Island in the early hours of today.


“Five of them, three Lebanese, the boat captain and his assistant,” he added.

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Armed Men Abduct Fouani Company MD and Three Lebanese Nationals in Lagos





In a disturbing incident, armed men have kidnapped the Managing Director of Fouani Company, a representative of LG and Hisense brands, along with three Lebanese nationals in Lagos.


The abduction occurred near Falomo Bridge as the victims were traveling by boat from Apapa to Victoria Island.


According to a source, the kidnappers are demanding a ransom of $1.5 million. The identities of the victims have not been confirmed.


Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Benjamin Hundeyin, confirmed the incident, stating that the police are investigating.


However, he declined to provide further details, including the names of the abducted individuals and specifics of the abduction, citing ongoing investigations.


This incident has raised concerns about the security situation in Lagos, particularly regarding the safety of business executives and expatriates.


The police are working to ensure the safe release of the victims and apprehend the perpetrators.

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Armed Robbers Attack First Bank in Abuja, Three Killed





A foiled bank robbery attempt at First Bank in Abaji, Abuja, on Thursday evening resulted in the deaths of at least three people. The attempted heist was thwarted by a combined effort of the Nigerian Police and Military.


According to a statement released by the Police Public Relations Officer, SP Josephine Adeh, the FCT police responded swiftly to a distress call at around 5:00 pm and joined forces with the military to prevent a 15-man robbery operation.


The armed robbers, who had attacked the Abaji Divisional Police headquarters and the bank, used dynamite in their attempt.


A fierce gun battle ensued, forcing the robbers to retreat with varying degrees of bullet wounds.


Three suspects, including the alleged gang leader, Usman, Nuhu Musa, 41, and Muhammed Aminu, 25, were captured and taken into custody. An unidentified suspect was reportedly set ablaze by an angry crowd.


One police officer and the gang leader were injured in the shootout and taken to the hospital, where the officer later succumbed to his injuries.


The investigation is ongoing to track down escaped suspects with gunshot wounds.


The Commissioner of Police, CP Benneth Igweh, commended the joint effort and reiterated the police’s commitment to ensuring the safety of FCT residents.

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