A 41-year-old worker of the state Ministry of Education, who was arrested over alleged rape of a lady that just completed her mandatory National Youths Service Corps (NYSC) was paraded amongst many others.
Among those paraded were five suspects arrested over their involvement in the last month invasion of the country home of the former governor of the state, Seriake Dickson; and killing of a police inspector at Toru Orua community of Sagbama Local Government Area.
The Commissioner for Police, Mike Okoli; while parading the suspects, said though crime could not be totally eradicated in the country; the police were on top of their game to checkmate and also arrest perpetrators of such crimes.
He said due to intelligence gathering and investigations; the police arrested the five suspects that invaded the home of the former governor; in search for hidden money purportedly kept in a church in the residence.
Okoli also said the command would have no mercy for suspects involved in rape as well as child defilement.
On the repeated cult clashes in Yenagoa, the state capital, the police boss confirmed the arrest of two leaders of rival cult groups known as the Greenlanders and Bobos.