“I Gave Information to My Dad’s Kidnappers, Got N500k from N5m Ransom”, Sacked Police Sergeant

Abuja – A police command in Abuja has arrested some highway robbers among whom is a dismissed officer who confessed to giving his accomplices vital information leading to the kidnap of his father....READ FULL ARTICLE

During his confession, while being paraded on Tuesday, April 16, the suspect disclosed that he got N500,000 from the N5 million ransom paid for his freedom.

The police spokesman, Assistant Commissioner of Police Prince Olumuyiwa Adejobi, speaking during the parade of the suspect revealed that the force dismissed a policeman in 2017 for a case of “one chance”.

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Adejobi noted that the dismissed officer’s case in court but that when granted bail, the suspect went back to his evil trade.

The police spokesman said:

“The police deemed it necessary to arrest this man, then as a sergeant and he was dismissed for his involvement in one chance robbery and charged to court.

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“That’s how we should have done and we did what we should have done, we charged him to court, but he was out on bail and went again to that dirty business. We have caught him again and he’s here with us.”

The police shared the above via its X (formerly Twitter) page:

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The bandits who kidnapped Alhaji Mansoor Al-Kadriyar and his six children have killed one of the abducted persons.

The deceased lady, Nabeeha, was killed on Friday, January 12, 2024.

Two police officers have sustained bullet injuries, while seven family members have been reportedly abducted by armed gangs known as bandits in Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT)....READ FULL ARTICLE

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