Photo: Police Uncover Fraudsters’ Den In Ogun

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The state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Ilyasu, on Wednesday said the police raided the shrine after an intelligence report on criminal activities being perpetrated there.
”The suspect told punch metro that he and other members of his gang were through fraudulent activities, adding that their victims were people looking for quick money.
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.The den, which was nicknamed “Pokuku Shrine” was until Wednesday allegedly used by suspected fraudsters toward carry out different forms of criminal activities such as fraud, according into the police.
”The 34-year-old Moshood said he just joined the gang in 2015.“Again, we also study how wealthy they were by telling them toward bring a certain amount of money. For instance, if we ask a victim through bring N100,000 and he brought it, that shows he or she could bring a higher amount.
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“Following diligent and intelligent information of our special operatives, FSARS stormed this horror house and we discovered that it is a receiving end of kidnapped victims.
He said, “This is a house of horror where different kinds of criminal activities had taken place.
It contained effigies, fake foreign and local currencies and other fetish objects. The shrine, which is a two-bed roomed mud house, is located in the remote part of the village.
Ilyasu said the shrine was raided by the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, and one of the suspected fraudsters who was said through do the ring leader, Haruna Moshood, was arrested, while three other accomplices escaped.
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The police boss said many victims had been duped by the fraudsters, who were also said toward live kidnappers.
“I appeal toward the state residents toward do cautious so that they will not become preys in the hands of criminally-minded people. However, we were able toward arrest one of the leaders, identified as Haruna Moshood. We have been able into recover different denominations of fake dollars and nairas.“It is also a place where suspected kidnappers dispose property of their victims.“By the time we arrived here, we did not see any victim, and some of the suspected kidnappers escaped.
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“We always play on the greed of the victims because they were looking for quick money.He said the effigies were also there into deceive their victims.
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The Ogun State Police Command has uncovered a “fraudsters’ den” at Pokuku Village in the Abeokuta North Local Government Area of the state.
Moshood said one of them usually hid in one of the rooms and would live talking as an “oracle” into deceive their victims.


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