Police Arrest Suspects With Fake Currency

Fake currencyThe Police has nabbed a notorious kidnapper and the owner of a quack maternity home at Aba, for baby factory, as well as criminals involved in various offences.

Some of the suspects were involved in stealing, vandalism, possession of fake currency, locally made pistols and ammunition.

Parading the suspects with fake currency at Zonal Headquarters, the AIG Zone Nine, Hassan Karma, urged the public to continue to partner with the police to fish out criminals, as every information given would be thoroughly investigated.

While the Commissioner of Police, Adeleye Oyebade hinted reporters that the police would not rest on its oars until all the criminals were flushed out.

Meanwhile, two suspects are in police net for stealing 4.7 million Naira worth of electrical goods from a shop at Aba and two other boys under the ages of 25 for vandalising and stealing parked vehicles.

The Police Commissioner, who also rescued young girls from a baby factory, said that the suspects would be charged to court as police would continue to rid the state of all criminal elements.

NDLEA Parades Suspect With Fake 9.8 Million Naira Notes

NDLEA, fake currencyThe Kwara State command of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has arrested and paraded one Muhammad Adamu for possession of 9.8 million Naira believed to be fake currency.

Parading the suspect, the State Commander of the NDLEA, Apeh Reuben said the confiscated money, in 1000 notes, was concealed in cartons of noodles.

He noted that the fake currency trafficker was arrested by Jebba command of the agency while he was on transit to Kano.

Mr Reuben added that a yet to be identified accomplice in Ilorin will soon be arrested.

On the need to alert the public on the fake money in circulation he said it is necessary as people nowadays withdraw fake money from Automated Teller Machines (ATM).

Police Parade 75-Year-Old Certificate Forgery Suspect

Forgery Suspect, certificate forgeryThe Anambra State Police Command has paraded two elderly suspects who are specialists in certificate forgery.

Mr Onuzulike Ude, a 75-year-old retired teacher and Mrs Evelyn Nwoke, aged 52, were arrested between May 5 and 6, following information on their documents and certificate forgery business in Awka.

Parading the suspects alongside three other suspects arrested for robbery and production of fake currency, the State Commissioner of Police, Mr Hassan Karma, decried the evil business of the two elderly suspects.

He said that they have forged several certificates and documents including degree certificates of University of Nigeria, Nsukka, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Federal Polytechnic, Oko, National Youth Service Corps discharge certificates among others.

Other suspects paraded were a robbery suspect, a fake currency manufacturing specialist and a kidnapping suspect known as Jerry Gana, who claims to be an ex-soldier as well as a graduate of Biochemistry.

He was involved in kidnapping in Delta State and ran to Anambra State to hide but was caught by the Police in the state.

He had collected ransom running into millions of Naira from the victims he had kidnapped before his arrest.

The Police boss, Mr Karma, warned criminals to steer clear of Anambra State as the state would remain too hot for them.

He warned that the long arm of the law will catch up with them wherever they are hiding to perpetrate their nefarious activities.