It was a carefree decent minute at a police office after a famous Boko Haram Commander was captured yesterday in Lagos.
Top cops and their subordinates popped jugs of champagne to celebrate over the capture of suspect, Abdulmalik Umar, said to have been in charge of the passings of in excess of 200 individuals.
As indicated by police report, the suspect said to be the pack head which purportedly slaughtered seven cops at Galadimawa circuitous, some cops in Lugbe and Gwagwalada territories in Abuja and also driving a few bank thefts in Ondo, Edo and other southern states.
Policemen pop champagne
It was assembled that 39-year-old Umar was the great authority of the assault and protect activities of the Prison in Niger State early this year where he lost one of his eyes amid the task which prompted the getaway of more than 100 detainees.
Umar, was captured by agents of the Inspector General of Police (IG) Intelligence Response Team (IRT) around Mowe at a medical caretaker’s home where he was getting treatment for the slug wounds he supported amid an ongoing weapon fight with the police in Abuja.
He had fled Abuja three weeks prior when a portion of his pack individuals were captured.
He was captured alongside four of his Gang individuals as the police recouped 4 AK-47 rifles and several ammo.
It was assembled that the leader of the IRT, Abba Kyari, a Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP), and his men had been trailing the one-peered toward Umar since he entered Lagos three weeks back.
They in the end busted his safehouse around 2pm yesterday.