Notorious gang leader Olumide Ogbor (EFCC Boys) arrested for murder and vandalism

The Lagos State Police Command has arrested Olumide Ogbor, a youth accused of perpetrating a series of crimes, such as murder and vandalism in Somolu, Bariga and Akoka areas of the state.

According to the police, the suspect is the head of a gang known as EFCC Boys which is affiliated with the Eiye Confraternity.

On April 9, 2013, about 100 vehicles were vandalised, with many people sustaining injuries when urchins, otherwise known as Area boys on reprisal, invaded four streets in Akoka and Pedro in Somolu Local Government Area.

The hoodlums, including Ogbor, arrived Akoka through the Somolu Market pretending to be holding a candlelight procession for a man, identified simply as Old Skool, who was allegedly stabbed to death by some youths during a rally organised by the council Chairman, Mr. Gbolahan Bago-Stowe.

After the incident, the police declared Ogbor and some of his cohorts wanted.

It was learnt that in the late hours of Sunday, Ogbor was attempting to rob a motorist in Onipanu when policemen arrested him.
A police source, who craved anonymity, said, “At about 12am, Ogbor was arrested by the police at Onipanu, where he was harassing a motorist. Ogbor is a leading member of the EFCC boys, who have been terrorising residents for quite some time.

“He ignited the incident that led to the looting and destruction of vehicles in Oreofero , Popoola and Adesina streets. He has been transferred to the Area H Command, Ogudu.
It was learnt that following Ogbor’s arrest, policemen attached to the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, arrived Area H and requested that the suspect be handed over to them as they were also investigating him for other crimes.
The police source said, “Detectives from FEDSARS came to take the suspect away on Monday afternoon after presenting a series of petitions that had been written against him.

“We are also in search of other members of his gang, Rasaki Oseni aka Elewure; Kunle Eyin Bouncing among others. Members of the Akeju community in Somolu reported that Ogbor and some of the cultists stormed a carnival at Akeju earlier this year and were shooting indiscriminately and injured many, including a soldier.”
When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer, FEDSRARS, Lekan Ogundare, confirmed Ogbor’s arrest. He added that he was being investigated for a series of crimes ranging from robbery to murder.

“He (Ogbor) is in our custody. Investigations are ongoing. He has been accused of perpetrating series of crimes in the state,” he said.