Assistant Commissioner of Police Passes Away in Bayelsa State

Assistant Commissioner of Police Passes Away in Bayelsa State

The Unfortunate Demise

ACP Oluseye Odunmbaku tragically passed away while sleeping at his residence, located in an estate in Yenagoa, the capital of Bayelsa State.

His unexpected death has sent shockwaves through the law enforcement community.

Dedication to Duty

Until his untimely passing, ACP Odunmbaku served diligently in the Department of Operations.

His dedication to his role as an officer was well-known among his colleagues and the community he served.

Confirmation by Police Spokesman

The sad news of ACP Odunmbaku’s death was confirmed by the Police Spokesman in Bayelsa State, CSP Asinim Butswat.

However, the circumstances surrounding his death have not been disclosed. In a brief statement, Butswat expressed the State Police Command’s regrets and announced, “The State Police Command regrets to announce the demise of ACP Oluseye Odunmbaku, until his death, he was the Assistant Commissioner of Police, Department of Operations.”

Colleagues Pay Tribute

While specific details regarding the cause of his death remain unknown, ACP Odunmbaku’s colleagues have begun to pay their respects and tributes to honor his memory.

The law enforcement community mourns the loss of a dedicated officer.

Police Arrest Pastor and Three Others with Human Skull in Ogun State

In a separate incident, the Ogun State Police Command apprehended a pastor from the Christ Liberty Evangelism Church, Oyenekan Oluwaseyi, along with three other individuals found in possession of a human skull in the Saje Area of Abeokuta.

Arrest of Suspects

The suspects, identified as Oluwaseyi, Ibrahim Agbowewe (30 years old), Suleiman Ogunbunmi (40 years old), and Gafari Akinsanya (57 years old), were arrested in the early hours of a Saturday.

Their arrest followed a tip-off from vigilant members of the public who reported their suspicious activities in the area.

Confession and Recovered Items

Upon investigation, it was revealed that the suspects had intended to use the human skull for ritual purposes.

Law enforcement officers seized various items from the individuals, including a large calabash, a black Toyota Camry car, and a ram.

Official Confirmation

The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, SP Omolola Odutola, confirmed the arrest and disclosed that all four suspects had admitted to their involvement in the crime.

This arrest represents a significant development in the ongoing efforts to combat illegal and harmful activities within the region.