2 Women Who Are ‘One Chance’ Robbery Gang Leaders In Abuja

The Senate on Wednesday debated on the insecurity situation in the country and resolved to schedule a closed-door meeting with President Bola Tinubu to discuss the rising cases of kidnapping, robbery, terrorism, banditry and other security challenges<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>

The Senate’s debate followed the arrest of two women who are ring leaders in ‘one chance’ robbery in Abuja.

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The Police Public Relations officer, Prince Adejobi, made further revelations about the women on Wednesday.

He said: “These women are ring leaders in one chance robbery in abuja. They have recruited many.”

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Meanwhile, reports said during the meeting with Tinubu, the lawmakers will present a summary of the reports and resolutions of the National Assembly on insecurity since the 8th and 9th assemblies as recommendations for the president.

The leadership of the House of Representatives will also be included in the team of lawmakers that will hold the security briefing with the president.

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The resolution was a sequel to a motion sponsored by the senator representing Benue North Senatorial District, Emmanuel Udende.

The immediate past senate president, Ahmed Lawan, also supported the motion<<<READ FULL ARTICLE>>>