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In Port Harcourt Robbery suspect opens up to police on charity work

The charity worker identified as Gogo Daniel Ume aka Full Payment, disclosed to the police that he usually donates food items and gifts to his church after every successful operation.

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The suspects Gogo Daniel Ume, Ume Ikadoi Michael Isere, and Ifeanyi Kalu play

The suspects Gogo Daniel Ume, Ume Ikadoi Michael Isere, and Ifeanyi Kalu

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Following the arrest of three members of a notorious robbery gang known for operating across the south-south and south-east areas of the country, one of the suspects has told of his charity work after every successful operation.

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The charity worker identified as Gogo Daniel Ume aka Full Payment, disclosed to the police that he usually donates food items and gifts to his church after every successful operation.

Shortly after the arrest of the suspects identified as Ume Ikadoi Michael Isere aka White Witch, and Ifeanyi Kalu, they confessed to their crime spree that had included numerous kidnappings and bank heists within the last three years.

The reports also revealed that during their interrogation, the suspects confessed to carrying out the two bullion van robberies which had reportedly taken place between 2014 and 2015 at a Diamond Bank branch at Trans Amadi, Port Harcourt, making away with N360m.

PUNCH Metro reports the gang also undertook series of kidnappings and car-jacking which had fetched them millions of naira. 

Ume also disclosed the use of a mole in the the form an IT student who aided a robbery attack they had carried out on a Fidelity Bank in Port Harcourt, where the student had been attached for his Industrial Training.

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The above listed are a few amongst many other robberies the gang had carried out over the last three years before meeting their water loo.

They would be charged to court accordingly.

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