ROBBERS ATTACK PASUMA, SNATCH HIS CAR
Fuji music star, Wasiu Alabi Pasuma also known as Oganla was attacked and robbed of his car by a nine-man gang at Ahmadiyya area of Lagos-Abeokuta Expressway on Monday night.
The robbers snatched Pasuma’s Range Rover Sports Utility Vehicle with number plate Lagos, MUS 830AP, and dispossessed him of other valuables.
It was learnt that the singer, in company with a friend, was on his way to a show when he was attacked by the culprits.
The robbers forced their way into Pasuma’s vehicle and drove him around for over three hours before dumping him into a bush near Ota, Ogun State, and made away with the vehicle.
Source said the incident occurred at about 9pm and Pasuma was not identified by the robbers because he hid his face.
He said, “On Monday night, Pasuma was on his way to perform at a party but on getting to Ahmadiyya, he was attacked and the culprits took all his money and his mobile phones. His friend, who was in the car with him, was robbed as well.
“The robbers then took control and drove Pasuma around for about three hours. While he was in their custody, Pasuma hid his face from them so the robbers did not know he was the one. When it was about 12 midnight, they dumped him and his friend in a bush at Itele area of Ogun State.”
The matter was said to have been reported at the Lagos State Police Command headquarters while efforts were being made to recover the vehicle.
When contacted on the telephone, the Police Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Braide, said the police had commenced investigations into the robbery.
She said, “The Deputy Commissioner of Police, Tunde Sobulo, was informed and he sent signal to the control room. Efforts are on to recover the vehicle and apprehend the robbers.”
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