Fake Soldier guarding a bank arrested in Portharcourt
The Nigeria Army in Port Harcourt has arrested one Desmond Okeh, an indigene of Anambra State, for parading himself as a Lance Corporal in the Army.
The Spokesman of Nigeria Army 6 Division, Port Harcourt, Lt.-Col. Ikedichi Iweha presented the fake soldier before newsmen in Port Harcourt on Tuesday.
Iweha said the suspect was arrested after an intelligence report about his activities at a new generation bank located in the Government Reserve Area of the city.
He said, “Desmond Okeh was arrested on July 6 at a new generation bank fully dressed in the number six military camouflage and in possession of a fake military identification card.
“The suspect was wearing the rank of Lance Corporal in Army camouflage with a fake duty number: 16N/75/2038 on his forged military identification card.
The suspected impostor also had in his possession a fake pass leaflet at the time of his arrest.”
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