The leader of a notorious robbery group who was over the weekend, arrested by the operatives of the Rapid Response Squad of the Lagos State Police Command in Jakande Estate, Ajah area, Lagos has said that no amount of gun shot can penetrate his body.
The notorious arm Robber Andrew Awalebi, 35, who belonged to Eiye Confraternity, was arrested on Friday morning at a beer parlour in company of three other of his gang members at around 8: 00 a. m.
Some other members of the cult group, by name Adegoke Adeleke Kehinde Adebogun were also picked up early Saturday morning at an hotel in Ikorodu after series of intelligence information was given to police about their alleged criminal activities.
Awalebi, from Ilaje Local Government, Ondo State was given out by Michael Thompson of the same robbery gang, Thompson was arrested a night before for the robbery in the National Stadium Surulere, Lagos.
Awalebi, who disclosed that he worked with a popular land owner in Lekki stated that he earns N40, 000: 00 monthly from the property dealer for helping to protect his landed property in the axis.
The leader of the robbery gang who have committed so many crime said and challenged the police that no bullet can penetrate his body because of the Charms he is using.
He told the police that the gun shot protective charm was specially prepared for him by a powerful herbalist in Ijebu Isiwo, Ogun State to save him from gunshots of police and his enemies in Lekki.
He added that he was initiated into Eiye Confraternity in 1996 by Banji Omisore and later in 1997 and was promoted as its topmost leader after the death of Omisore who was the head.
While confirming the arrest, the public relation officer of the Lagos Police Command, Superintendent of Police, SP Dolapo Badmus, warned parents and guardians to be wary of their children and wards’ behaviors at homes and to be mindful the kinds of friends the keep.
These suspects confessed of committing serious crimes which is against the law of the country the will all be charged to court according to the commissioner of police.