A photograph of the leader of the Iceland Cult gang, Gift David Okpara Okpolowu (a.k.a. 2-Baba), who allegedly murdered a Divisional Police Officer, (DPO), Bako Angbashim of Ahoada Division in Rivers State, has emerged online.

Gift David Okpara Okpolowu (a.k.a. 2-Baba)
The suspect, Gift David Okpara Okpolowu (a.k.a. 2-Baba)

Rivers State Governor, Siminalayi Fubara, had on Saturday declared 2-Baba, and all members of his criminal gang wanted.


Similarly, the Rivers State Police Command vowed to clamp down on the killers of Angbanshin.

The Raid

Angbanshin was brutally murdered in the Odumude community, Ahoada East Local Government Area of the state, on Friday night, by suspected cultists.


The State Commissioner for Police in the state, Emeka Nwonyi, confirmed how Angbanshin was killed.

According to him, Angbanshin led a team of operatives to raid some criminal hideouts.


While returning, gunmen suspected to be cultists ambushed them, and Angbanshin’s men retreated after running out of ammunition.

He explained that the late DPO sustained fatal injuries and was captured by the gunmen who took him away to murder him.

Emergency Meeting

Governor Fubari had charged security agencies in the state to smoke out the killers of late SP Bako Angbashim.

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He spoke shortly after an emergency security council meeting at Government House, Port Harcourt, on Sunday.

The Governor described the incident as unfortunate and barbaric.


“As a government, we will not rest until whoever is responsible for this act is brought to book.”

The Bounty

Fubara placed a ₦100 million bounty on Angbashim’s killers.

The Governor promised to give anyone with useful information that would lead to his arrest and prosecution the sum of ₦100 million.

Meanwhile, with a bounty of ₦100 million on him, a photo of him reportedly surfaced on social media on Monday, even though its source could not be verified yet as of the time of filing this report.


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