The Oyo State Police Command has paraded before newsmen 33 suspects accused of various offences such as involvement in armed robbery, impersonation and car-snatching.
A Grade 1 Area Court sitting in Kabusa, Abuja, on Monday sentenced a 30-year old man, Kennedy Elijah, to 12…
Luka was charged by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) with impersonation and unnatural offence, contrary to sections 142 and 259 of the Kaduna State Penal Code Law.
Jonathan was convicted and sentenced after pleading guilty to the charges against him.
The Magistrate, Tapmwa Gotep, sentenced Ibrahim following a guilty plea.
The police charged Abdul, whose address was not provided, with impersonation and forgery.
Alikwara was docked on four counts of conspiracy, impersonation, extortion and being in possession of military kits.
Victor was arraigned by the Kaduna Zonal Office of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) on a two-count charge of impersonation and forgery.
The defendant, who resides in Ikorodu area of Lagos, is facing a two-count charge of impersonation and forgery.
Delivering judgment, Justice A. O Ebong, warned him to desist from committing crimes and be of good behaviour, while giving an option to pay a fine of N400,000.
Oladipupo, whose address was not provided, is facing two counts of impersonation and assault, before an Ado-Ekiti Magistrates’ Court.
Ojo, whose address was not given, is facing a two-count charge of impersonation and assault.
Yahaya had, on Sept. 30, pleaded quilty to the four-count charge of impersonation, obtaining money under pretence, stealing and conduct likely to cause breach of public peace.
The Ilorin Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission prosecuted the impersonation and fraud case.
The police charged the defendant, whose address was not provided, with impersonation, fraud and theft.
The police charged Sodiq with theft, obtaining money under false pretence and impersonation.
According to the command’s spokesperson, ASP Mariam Yusuf, the suspects were arrested by detectives from Nyanya during a routine stop-and-search patrol on Sunday 6th June, 2021.
Marshal, leading a delegation that included ALGON’s National Treasurer, the Director of Legal and Administration and some counsel, told the DIG Department of Finance and Administration, Sanusi Lemu, and the FCT Commissioner of Police, Bala Ciroma, how Hon. Maje, who they said is neither the ALGON State Chairman in Niger State, where he comes from, nor a member of the association’s National Executive Council, led thugs to invade the ALGON national office in Abuja on April 16, 2021.
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, Kaduna Zonal Office charged Francis with the offence of impersonation.
The four men: Afolayan Nurudeen (41), Fowowe Oluseyi (40), Kayode Olaleye (47) and Muibi Babatunde (50), who were arraigned on a four count charge, pleaded not guilty when their plea was taken.