Pregnant woman, 3 others held for robbery

Nemesis has caught up with a seven-months pregnant Alhaja and three other suspects for their alleged roles in trans-border armed robbery operations.
The gang members, who usually invade from Cotonou, Republic of Benin, are typically on the prowl in search of posh vehicles, especially Toyota and Honda products in Lagos and other neighbouring southwestern states.
Alhaja Sherifat Asabi Ojeleke, Samson Giwa, Matthew Ineke and Gbenga Oyedele are currently in the detention cells of the detectives attached to the Special Anti-robbery Squad (SARS) of the Lagos State police command, shedding light on their crimes.
The 35-year-old Alhaja, who claimed that her parents hail from Ilorin, the Kwara State capital, but had for many years stayed in Cotonou, Republic of Benin to make ends meet, said her second husband, Gbenga Ojuoye, who owns her seven-month-old pregnancy, introduced her to armed robbery.
“I was once married. In the first marriage, I was blessed with three children, including twins. My first child, Mujidat, a female is 16 years old, but I divorced my first husband.
“I deal in local herbs in Cotonou. I prepare herbs for married ladies who are looking for the fruit of the womb.

It was in that process, that I came in contact with Gbenga Ojuoye, who I knew to be a member of the National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW) at Owode-Yewa, Yewa South local government area of Ogun State. We met at Owode-Apa two years ago.”

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