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Nine Suspected Internet Fraudsters Arrested  in Abuja
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Nine Suspected Internet Fraudsters Arrested  in Abuja

Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC have arrested nine suspected internet fraudsters at Gwagwalada New Layout area of Abuja, FCT. The suspects are: Teddy Agbam, Abdullahi Abdulsamad, Abdullahi Abdulrasheed, Ehije Miracle Julius, John Amajeh Stephen, Okorie Kalu Udo, Abrebor Promise, Abdulazeez Amin, and Habib Abdulateef. The arrest followed credible intelligence on the nefarious activities of the suspects. Items recovered from them are laptops and mobile phones. They were also found with substances suspected to be Indian hemp and other drugs. According to EFCC, they will be charged to court as soon as the investigation is concluded. See more photos below. 
”If you Want Peace to Reign, Miyetti Allah Must be Arrested”- Benue state gov, Samuel Ortom, tells FG and Security agents
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”If you Want Peace to Reign, Miyetti Allah Must be Arrested”- Benue state gov, Samuel Ortom, tells FG and Security agents

Benue state governor, Samuel Oryom, has said that for peace to reign across the country, the Federal government and security agencies need to get the leadership of Miyetti Allah arrested. Governor Ortom who spoke during a meeting in his state today February 3, said the members of the group have owned up to carrying out nefarious activities and wonders why the Federal government is yet to act.   ''This country belongs to all of us and the presidency must act fast because time is going. From North West, North East, North Central, South West, South East, South South, there is general insecurity and this being propelled by herdsmen. I have made it a petition to the President and all security agencies before, that if they want peace, Miyetti Allah must be arrested. These are ...
Three Arrested for Impersonating Soldiers in Ogun State
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Three Arrested for Impersonating Soldiers in Ogun State

Officers of the Ogun police command in Agbado area of the state on Friday March 13, arrested three men wearing Army camouflage during a routine patrol. The suspects identified as Jacob Onebi m’ 36, Olabode Oluwaseun m’ 35, and Olanrewaju Adebayo m 33, were arrested on charges of impersonating soldiers following series of reports from members of the public about their illegal activities in the area. Police spokesman in the state, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi said the suspects initially claimed to be officers of 174 Battalion Ikorodu but confessed to being dismissed after further investigation was carried out. Oyeyemi said; On further investigation, two amongst them confessed to having been dismissed from the Nigerian army a long time ago while the third happened to be their friend who...

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