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Fake Nigerian Army Men Confesses On How They Pour Acid On Their Victims After Robbing Them (Details below)



Still in quest to wipe away arm robbery in the country, the Nigerian Army has arrested and paraded seven suspects for impersonating military officers and perpetrating criminal activities in Lagos State.

The criminals, who were arrested in different parts of Lagos, were arrested by the General Officer Commanding, 81 Division, Major General Olubunmi Irefin, at the Division’ s Headquarters after intelligence reports was given to them about their alleged criminal activities.

The areas where the arrest were made are Agbara, Okoko- Maiko, Badagry, and Sango part of Surulere.

The army commander said that the suspects were arrested when the Division embarked on ” Operation Checkmate” , to check the activities of some of their personnel, imposters and enforce discipline during the Lockdown period. Operation Checkmate according to the army commander is a routine activity in 81 Division Area of Responsibility to checkmate some personnel, impostors and enforce discipline to the division.

According to the army commander this suspects were arrested after series of reports was given to the division of their criminal activity and impersonating the Nigerian army, this fake army men have caused alot of harm in all part of Lagos State, by Robbing a kidnapping people, shooting people Unecessaryly and forcing people to do what the don’ t want to do.

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After their arrest they made serious confession of how the pour acid on their victims each time the finish Robbing them.

The army commander debunk the act done by this fake army officers and warned they entire public to be very careful of the people the allowed into their houses all in the name of army men.

They suspects when interviewed told news men how the get their uniforms and the guns they used for their operation, according to the suspects most of the army uniforms they use are gotten from retired army men, who are no longer on duty, while some are bought in the army barracks.

They army commander have promised that the suspects will be charge to court once investigations are concluded.