You Remain Wanted! Lagos CP Fires Back At Suspected Badoo Kingpin
The Lagos Police Commissioner is not finding recent statements by suspected Badoo kingpin, Alaka Abayomi, funny at all.
He knew he was going to be confronted with questions regarding the suspected ritual leader on Thursday when he met with the media.
Obviously, he was ready for them, particularly because he had always hammered on the need for the media to be cautious in their reportage.
Alaka had claimed through the media that the Police was yet to formally invite him regarding any crime.
He also claimed that there were no proofs that he had committed any crime...more like challenging the police to prove their allegations first.
And then, he went further to say that if he would submit himself to the Nigeria Police he would not go before Lagos CP, Edgal Imohimi...more like saying he didn’t trust him.
He alleged that investigations would be compromised if carried out under Imohimi’s supervision, urging the Force headquarters in Abuja to take up the matter.
But one thing CP Imohimi Edgal said clearly is that irrespective of his claims from his hiding place, Alaka remains wanted.
“I have advised him to report, he has been declared wanted and the command or the state is not going to waste money on him.
“If he believes, like he is claiming to a section of the media, that he is innocent, he should report himself, he will have his day in court.
“It’s as simple as that and it’s nothing personal,” a obviously irritated Imohimi Edgal said.
And as for that request to have the case transferred to Abuja, the CP says, “that is none of my business”.
“The police are everywhere. Where ever he is, he can report to the police there, they will bring him to the right places to answer charges. Does that not make sense?”
He went further to warn those who are in dialogue with him or are sympathetic to his cause to advise him to report to the nearest police station to him anywhere in the country.
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