Edo: retired high court judge son paraded for arm robbery

Edo: retired high court judge son paraded for arm robbery

A retired High court judge son in Edo State has been paraded for arm robbery and cultism. The State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Danmallam Mohammed, paraded him on Thursday at the State Command headquarters in Benin City. The 37-year-old, Frank Ikhuenbor was on his way to kill his 39th victim to avenge the death of

A retired High court judge son in Edo State has been paraded for arm robbery and cultism.

The State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Danmallam Mohammed, paraded him on Thursday at the State Command headquarters in Benin City.

The 37-year-old, Frank Ikhuenbor was on his way to kill his 39th victim to avenge the death of a member of his brotherhood when the long arm of the law caught up with him at Unueru, off Sokpomba road in Benin City.

Two guns were recovered from the suspect in addition to two other fire arms which were recovered at his residential apartment when his house was searched by police.

The suspect who hails from Irrua, Esan Central Local Government Area of Edo State, told newsmen that a rival cult group had shot him in the past.

According to the suspect who claimed to be a son of Justice Ikhuenbor (retired), said his telephone conversation was bugged by police shortly before he was arrested.

He admitted that the four guns were given to him by his friend, Mr. Emeka, (now at large) for safe keeping.

“My father is a retired High court judge in Edo State. I am a butcher – We decide who they (cultists) want to kill.

“I have a shop at Ogbelaka, I am using the guns for vigilante group”.

But, Police authorities described his allegations as a hoax.

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