Kelly Fotor, the leader of the armed robbery gang that robbed some commercial banks at Agbara Housing Estate in Ogun state last week Thursday, has revealed that his gang stole N28 million from the banks they raided. Kelly, a native of Arugbo in Ondo state, was arrested on Saturday at a wedding in Sapele. He said he and his gang members were formerly sea pirates before regrouping to form a robbery gang.
He said one of them named Ossy who is the leader of pipeline vandals in Arepo and Ikorodu, controlled the South West operations of the gang while he, Kelly, controlled the South South operations of the gang.
He revealed that his gang was responsible for the recent robbery incidents in Festac, Lekki and Ikorodu areas in Lagos state.
“I and my group got N14 million share from the Agbara operation, while, Ossy and his group got N14 million. I left Lagos by waters that day after that operation with my men back to Igbokoda, Ondo State, where we shared the money and everyone got his share of the loot. It was Ossy’s men who usually pick out our targets. They were the ones who picked out all the targets, my job was to give support and my boat is very big and my boat boy is a professional and knows his way around the water very well,” he told Vanguard Kelly also revealed how his gang members killed 9 operatives of the Department of State Service in September.
According to him, the DSS operatives had stormed their hide out in Ikorodu where they had kept a woman who they kidnapped in early September i Festac town “One of our boys who was heavily drunk met us while we were interrogating the suspects after we captured them and he opened fire on them. I was at their camp at Ikorodu when the DSS operatives were captured and they brought them before me and Ossy and they knelt down and we interrogated them, but that guy, he was Ossy’s man. He was very drunk, walked in and without asking questions opened fire on all of them and killed them. Neither myself nor Ossy ordered their killing, we never wanted to kill them,” he said