Mr Hundeyin said that a suspected cultist, aged 22, was captured on CCTV on July 7, where he allegedly was involved in the killing of a rival cult member.
A statement by the spokesperson of the Ebonyi Command, Chris Anyanwu, said the device had assisted the operations of the police in many ways.
The group said installing CCTVs in strategic public places would assist security agencies in having first-hand information in tackling crime and criminality.
The Gazette interacted with police officers in Lagos and Abuja who are working on the case, and all expressed strong doubts that the matter would be resolved easily or anytime soon.
“These are mad people; I’m not too sure they are human beings,” noted Mr Akeredolu. “They have lost their own humanity.”
The Metropolitan Police says its investigation into parties held at Downing Street and Whitehall which violated COVID-19 guidelines has been concluded, issuing 126 fines.
“You need to do a lot of configuration before you can put CCTV cameras in them so we are speaking with the manufacturers of that.
Mr Igbokwe said security cameras captured the arsonists arriving in a vehicle at his residence in the commercial Anambra town.
Detectives pieced together CCTV footage and financial evidence to link Adekunle Olaleye Fadare to five separate sexual assaults, four of which took place on the same day.
There have been allegations of two rapes, one attempted rape and three cases of forced kissing or groping.