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A notorious gang of 6 have been arrested after their last operation where they chopped-off the fingers of their victim over his refusal to submit his wedding ring.

Amebofeeedsblog reports that the leader of the notorious gang, Kunle Akerele, aka Kunle Poly, 29, revealed how him and his dreaded gang chopped off the fingers of one of their victim in their home Aboru, Iyana Ipaja, Lagos.

Kunle Poly said that he had to cut off the fingers of his victim when he refused to hand over his gold-plated wedding ring to them during their robbery operation.

The suspect who was paraded alongside five of his gang members at the Lagos State police command said in his words; “We were not wicked when we started but the people made us to become wicked. Victims were always deceiving us that they had no money at home.

Our anger was that when we knocked on people’s doors, they would hide their expensive phones and give us the less expensive ones. One day, my second-in-command suggested that we should start teaching them lessons so that others would learn from them.

So we bought sharp cutlasses which we began using in severing stubborn victims’ hands. On January 13 this year, we raided the Aboru community because we were cash-strapped.

We were surprised that each house we entered they would bring small Nokia phones as if they planned it. We were surprised when we entered one big man’s house who parked posh cars in front of his compound.

We requested for phones but he gave us small phones. We saw an expensive wedding ring on his finger. But he was behaving as if it was too difficult for him to remove.

So Tunde said we should cut off his three fingers and remove the ring. And we did. Immediately the wife saw what happened, she quickly removed her own.

When we saw how the game worked out well for us, we went back to the other victims that had given us small phones and gave them machete cuts on their hands, fingers or wrists, and continued like that in other houses.

Those who gave us big phones and laptops were spared. We cut off over 20 people’s wrists that day. We did it so that the news would spread and when we come the next time, people would bring out their money quickly.

How could it be said that people no longer use expensive phones? Those who dared us regretted their actions.”

This is coming after this News Platform had reported that some operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) have apprehended and paraded 10 suspected internet fraudsters in Ibadan, the Oyo state capital.

The anti-graft agency recovered items worth millions of Naira from the suspects who were apprehended at several points in the state.

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