John Doe
Sat, Sep 9, 2023 7:50 AM

Fourteen Suspected Vandals and Scavengers Arrested in Nigeria's Capital City

Top NewsEarn Max 30 Coins💰 Get coins immediately after reading this article

Fourteen Suspected Vandals and Scavengers Arrested in Nigeria's Capital City
The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has apprehended 14 individuals suspected of engaging in criminal activities such as vandalism and scavenging. The FCT Commandant of the NSCDC, Mr. Olusola Odumosu, has vowed to crackdown on criminals in the nation's capital and ensure safety for all residents. These suspects were arrested during routine night patrols in various locations across the FCT.

The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has made significant strides in maintaining law and order in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) as it apprehended 14 suspects involved in vandalism and scavenging activities. These arrests were made possible through night patrols conducted by the NSCDC officers.

During the parade of the suspects at the command headquarters, the FCT Commandant, Mr. Olusola Odumosu, expressed his determination to make the nation's capital a safe haven by ensuring that all criminals, vandals, and scavengers are brought to justice. He cautioned miscreants that their days were numbered.

The suspects, including Muhammed Isa, Elvis Obingwa, Eze Godwin, Basiru Abubakar, and others, were caught red-handed under bridges and around critical installations, engaging in suspicious activities during odd hours. Their arrest was essential in safeguarding the FCT's critical infrastructure and maintaining a peaceful environment.

Mr. Odumosu reiterated his commitment to combating crime and criminalities in the FCT and urged residents to remain vigilant and supportive of the NSCDC's efforts. He warned vandals, scavengers, and criminals that the FCT would soon become too hot for their illicit activities and urged them to relocate or face the full wrath of the law.

The apprehended individuals have undergone thorough interrogation and profiling to gather more information on their criminal activities. They will subsequently be handed over to the Abuja Environmental Protection Board (AEPB) for further prosecution.

In another notable development, the Commandant General's Intelligence Squad recently shut down an illegal and unregistered manufacturing company involved in the mass production of fake Automated Transmission Fluid (ATF) and other lubricants. This successful operation in Ponpola village, Ido LGA of Oyo State, led to the arrest of one suspect, Adegoke Sunday.

The NSCDC has also issued a warning to job seekers regarding fake employment letters in circulation. The corps has received numerous complaints from victims who fell prey to scams whereby they paid considerable sums of money in the hopes of securing employment. The NSCDC reassures the public that these misleading and criminal employment letters have no connection to the organization or its affiliated Fire, Immigration, and Correctional Service Board.

The Commandant General of the NSCDC, Dr. Abubakar Ahmed Audi, has ordered a nationwide manhunt for the criminals involved in issuing fraudulent employment letters. Efforts are already underway to track down and bring the culprits to justice.

These recent actions by the NSCDC illustrate the commitment of law enforcement agencies in Nigeria to ensuring the safety and well-being of its citizens. It serves as a reminder to criminals and fraudsters that their illegal activities will not go unpunished.

Source of content: OOO News 2023-09-09 News

More detailed, more comprehensive, fresher news, please visit OOO NEWS.

Share content to earn coins