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FCT Police arrests notorious impostors

Inspector General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase.
Inspector General of Police, Mr Solomon Arase.

As part of the determination to combat crimes in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja and its environs, the Police Command has arrested notorious fraudsters and impersonators who operate in city.

Parading the suspects, the FCT Police Commissioner Wilson Inalegwu said some of the suspects are currently assisting the Police in their investigations and they will be arraigned in court as soon as investigations are concluded.

In a statement by the spokesperson of the FCT Police Command, ASP Anjuguri J. Manzah, some of the suspects paraded included Tanko Gimba who specialised in issuing fake letters of appointments to unsuspecting members of the public.

He had so far defrauded job applicants to the sum of five million naira with the promise of offering them employment in Federal Capital Territory Administration (FCTA).   Another suspect, Nnamdi Uwaezuoke impersonated the Comptroller-General of Immigration in his attempt to sign and collect approved land allocation document from FCDA Office.

Also Matthew Nkemakolam, a business centre operator conspired with the fake woman police to produce fake Identity cards for criminals.

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