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Ogwashi-Uku: Police Officially Declare Criminal Suspect, Mr. Francis Oduwanor, Wanted

Rita Enemuru, Reporting

Delta State Police Command has formally declared two criminal suspects identified as Mr. Francis Oduwanor Odiakose and Christopher Odiakose wanted for arrest on Thursday, April 4.

Ogwashi-Uku: Police Officially Declare Criminal Suspect, Mr. Francis Oduwanor, Wanted

Police publication

Recall that Stonix News had, weeks ago, reported that Mr Odiakose was wanted by the police for posing as a monarch in Ogwashi-Uku and other criminal charges.

Mr. Odiakose was declared wanted on a Criminal Records Office form issued by magistrate court of Delta State, holden at Asaba Magisterial District against them.

This was contained in a statement issued by the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Bright Edafe, and made available to Stonix News.

According to the statement, “they are for offences of conspiracy, terrorism, cultism, attempted murder, grievous harm and conduct likely to cause breach of the peace.”

The statement has enjoined members of the public to hand over the suspect to the nearest police or call 08137826675 or 08131070122 if seen.

A award was also started to await persons with useful information leading to their arrest.

The statement reads in full:
“Delta State Police Command Declares Mr Francis Oduwanor Odiakose ‘M’ (aka Medolu) and Christopher Odiakose ‘M’ (Aka Big Fish) wanted.

“The above named persons have been declared wanted by the Nigeria Police on C.R.O form 5 issued by the Delta State Police Command, a warrant of arrest has been issued by a magistrate court of Delta State Holden at Asaba Magisterial district against them.

“They are wanted by the Police for offences of conspiracy, terrorism, cultism, attempted murder, grievous harm and conduct likely to cause breach of the peace.

“If seen, members of the public to enjoined to please arrest and hand over to the nearest Police Station or to the office of the Commissioner of Police Delta State or call any of the following numbers
08137826675 or 08131070122
The PPROS Office can be contacted through the following numbers
0915 557 0008
0915 557 0007
Or the command control room via 0803 668 4974
Handsome reward await any person(s) with information leading to their arrest.”

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