Bayelsa Vigilant operatives rescued an undergraduate who was stabbed by criminal gang..... Full story below.
Operatives of the Bayelsa State Vigilante Service on thursday rescued a students of Federal University, Otueke from the hands of suspected criminal gangs along the Tombia-Etegwe market area in Yenagoa.
The victim, whose identity is yet to be verified, was stabbed and robbed by the members of the gang before he was rescued close to point of death.
The Chairman of the vigilante Service, Hon. Doubiye Alagba, who confirmed the development, said the quick intervention of the Vigilante operatives saved the life of the FUO undergraduate and led to the arrestl of one Ezekiel Samson, aged 30, who hails from Ekeremor LGA of the state.
Alagba further disclosed that his team has rushed the victim to Gloryland Hospital, Yenagoa for emergency care and he is still unconcious as a result of the injury he sustained during his ordeal.
"We are yet to get his full identity because of his condition at the moment.
"The suspect has been handed over to the Akenfa Division of the Nigeria Police Force, Bayelsa State Command for further investigation. he noted.
**No sinner is Christian**
Criminals, everywhere in Nigeria.
I pray he survives this and thank God for the quick response of the team that rescued him.
This country keeps turning out to be a jungle everyday.
May God help us .
**I love being me.**
Bayelsa state is one of the worst states when it comes to cultism. Tombia junction has been marked as a breeding ground for cultist and bad boys, I hope the government finds a way to strengthen the security of the state.