Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Abuja, Commissioner of Police, CP, Wilson Inalegwu has said his officers and men would identify and dislodge all criminal hide outs and operational base within Abuja and its environs with a view to ridding the seat of power of all forms of crimes and criminalities.
Addressing a press conference at the Command headquarters, Garki yesterday, Inalegwu said the Command has improved on its existing security measure, which has been turning in remarkable results in the fight against crime.
While applauding residents for partnering with the Command and volunteering information, the Police boss enjoined residents and visitors alike to be law abiding and shun any act that will interfere with the existing peaceful atmosphere in the nation’s capital.
The Commissioner of Police also reiterated the Command stance to make the Abuja a no go area for criminally minded persons, as he paraded 30 suspects before newsmen.
He said the Command also recovered 127 cattle, sheep and goats, as well as 6 arms and 49 ammunition. The operatives of the Command also recovered 8 motorcycles, and 15 SIM cards.
The CP paraded an imposter, one Samson John Sani claiming to be an operative of the Department of State Services, DSS. “Acting on a complaint received from a man that some hoodlums have been calling and intimidating him via phone that he either pays them a ransom of $10, 000 and car or risk being killed, Police operatives attached to the Command State Intelligence Bureau, SIB, swung into action, through discrete investigation succeeded in arresting one Pedro Harida-Ojo the mastermind of the nefarious act who has been Charged and arraigned to court for prosecution.

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