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Fake Army beat up a Policeman in Ekiti State

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The two men, Abdullahi Kabiru, 28, and Obare Tunde, 39, in military uniforms and captains lined up, beat a police officer, Lawrence Awoniyi, in Omuo Ekiti, in the local government area of ​​Ekiti East in Ekiti State. The two men reportedly claimed to be army captains and beat the police on May 31, 2020. It is said that they came to Omuo Ekiti from the village of Ife Olukotun in the Yagba East Local Government Area of ​​Kogi State. According to reports, the attack occurred when the two saw police in uniform.

“The police constable called for reinforcement, which led to the arrest of the two suspects. During interrogation by the SARS operatives, the two suspects confessed to being fake soldiers and claimed that the army uniform belongs to one of their brothers.”

Anba said the investigation has been extended to the brothers to determine the authenticity of the two’s requests. The Communist Party says military uniforms have been found from the suspects. Amba said the police also arrested Abdulsalam Olalekan, who allegedly pretended to be Ado Ekiti Atinkankan last month Active member of the regional national youth service team. The Communist Party stated that during the investigation, Oralekan admitted that he was not a member of the Legion and that he had an Abdul Salaam Ibrahim’s apartment in the city of Agni Bird in Ido State. The identity card and uniform of the New York Securities Regulatory Commission were stolen there.

According to the police boss, the suspect confessed that the items were an NYSC cap, a pair of NYSC boots, an ID card from Ogun State Ogoisi Oabanjo University, located in Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, which belongs to Akinlabi Teslimat Damilola’s ID card, Kebbi State University, and NYSC. The cards belong to Abdulsalam Ibrahim. He added that the suspect will be handed over to the Edo Prefecture Police Department for prosecution.

Adam Abubakar is a renowned writer and poet. He Specializes in Writing Political News. He worked for five years as a writer and editor at the national news magazine.

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