I Fortified Myself With Charms Before Coming To Nigeria – Indian Female Suspect

Posted on March 1, 2020


The Nigerian Police

A robbery suspect, an Indian based in Nigeria, Alisha Noble, has confessed to the Police in Lagos that she fortified herself in India before coming to Nigeria for robbery operations.

P.M.EXPRESS reports that Alisha made the revelation after the Police Command in Lagos State apprehended 7 armed robbers, who were known for robbing Churches and supermarkets in Lagos led by her.

This was disclosed by the Lagos PPRO, DSP Elkana Bala, who said the 7-man robbery gang, headed by an Indian woman, was caught on 27th February, 2020, during their robbery operation along Lagos-Apapa expressway.

During interrogation, the leader of the gang, who before their arrest exchange series of bullets with the Police before the Nigerian Army came to their rescue, spoke on how she started robbing.
The gang leader, Alisha Noble, confessed during interrogation that no amount of bullets shot at her can penetrate her body because she was fortified in India by a great priest, who died after fortifying her. She also revealed that she had a lot of magical powers, which she used during their operation and that was why when  she arrived Nigeria early 2011, she decided to form the robbery gang because she knew no bullet would penetrate her body.

Another member of the gang confessed about the numbers of churches they had robbed and the amount of money the gang had got from shops and churches they robbed.

However, the gang, the Police said, ran out of luck at their last operation when the Police acted on intelligence report about their activities, then monitored and arrested the gang members including the mysterious Alisha Noble.
“We had a serious gun battle with them before we were supported by men of the Nigerian Army”, the Police claimed.
He further said that the Inspector of Police in charge of the case has promised that the Police would do everything possible to recover all the items they had stolen. 

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