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  • 9 Of The Most Notorious Criminals In Nigerian History
  • From the various coup d’etat that ushered in
    many military administrations to the civil war,
    ordinary Nigerians are not left out in
    terrorising, maiming and killing other people.
    These are some of the most notorious
    criminals whose names were enough to put
    fear in the heart of the average Nigerian:



    1. Lawrence Anini aka The Law

    Lawrence Anini was a notorious armed robber
    who terrorised residents of Old Bendel state
    (now Edo and Delta states) in the 80’s. Anini
    and his gang started out as car snatchers but
    graduated to robbing banks. Anini killed many
    of the policemen sent to apprehend him but
    was finally caught in December of 1986. He
    was executed in March 1987.


    2. Shina Rambo

    Shina Rambo was an armed robber that
    operated in the Western region of Nigeria in
    the 90’s. Rambo is believed to always
    disappear whenever the police got close to
    catching him. There are conflicting stories
    about the demise of Shina Rambo. One
    version says he was killed by police in Ojota
    area of Lagos. Another claims it was another
    of his gang member that was never killed and
    Shina Rambo has since become a pastor.



    3. Ishola Oyenusi aka Doctor

    Ishola Oyenusi was one of the first notorious
    armed robbers in Nigeria. He is renown for
    his ruthlessness with many claiming the
    gangster even killed people for things as
    small as a stick of cigarette. He is believed to
    have gotten into armed robbery in 1959 but
    the long arm of the law caught up with him
    and he was executed in 1971.



    4. Ndiwe Okwudili aka Derico

    Nwamama
    Okwudili Ndiwe most popularly known as
    Derico Nwamama put the fear of God into the
    residents of Eastern Nigeria. Oddy as he was
    called by gang members, rose from being a
    street urchin to running the criminal
    underworld in the East. He robbed traders,
    banks and rich residents. Derico’s daring
    reign ended when he was nabbed and
    beheaded by the dreaded vigilante group,
    Bakassi Boys in July 2001.



    5. Isiaka Busari aka Mighty Joe

    Mighty Joe was the deputy of Ishola Oyenusi
    who rose to notoriety after the execution of
    his boss. He was even more ruthless than
    Oyenusi and always boasted he’d never be
    caught. He was caught after robbing a hotel
    attendant of N10. He was executed in 1973
    after he converted to Islam in prison.



    6. Clifford Orji

    Clifford Orji may not have attacked banks like
    the other guys on this list but his name
    struck fear into the hearts of many Nigerians.
    Clifford Orji was a known kidnapper, ritualist
    and cannibal. He killed, dismembered and ate
    his victims. He is believed to have died in
    2012 in Kirikiri prisons in Lagos.



    7. Abiodun Egunjobi aka
    Godogodo

    Godogodo terrorised Lagos and other
    Southwestern states for 14 years till he was
    apprehended in 2013. Egunjobi who hailed
    from Ogun state is believed to have killed
    more than 100 policemen and stolen millions
    in his criminal career. Godogodo was so
    careful about his life in the underworld that
    his family and friends only found out who he
    really was when he was finally arrested.



    8. Kayode Williams

    Kayode Williams was a member of Oyenusi’s
    gang. He was a dreaded armed robber who
    engaged in rituals. He confessed to pounding
    day-old babies for use in protection charms.
    He was caught and served 10 years in jail.
    Williams is now a pastor who tries to preach
    and rehabilitate prison inmates.



    9. Otokoto Hotel Gang

    In 1996, the city of Owerri in Imo state was
    shocked when the headless body of little
    Ikechukwu Okonkwo was discovered in the
    popular Otokoto hotel. This discovery came
    after his murderer was spotted carrying a
    human head by an Okada man who alerted
    the police. The investigation led the police to
    the Otokoto hotel owned by Chief Vincent
    Duru where more bodies were found buried in
    shallow graves. It was learnt that the hotel
    served as a den of ritualists where unwary
    travellers and lodgers were drugged, killed,
    dismembered and buried in on the hotel
    grounds. 6 people were executed by firing
    squad in 1997 for the murder of little
    Ikechukwu Okonkwo including the son of the
    owner of the hotel.



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