Fake Soldier Nabbed for Car Scam in Kebbi State

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Fake Soldier Nabbed for Car Scam in Kebbi State

A recent case of impersonation and fraud in Kebbi State has led to the arrest of an individual posing as a soldier. The suspect, identified as Faisal Saidu from Katsina state, was apprehended by the Kebbi State Area Command of the Nigeria Police for his involvement in a car scam.

According to reports, Saidu had approached car vendors in Kebbi and negotiated the purchase of a Honda Jazz for the sum of N2,200,000. Dressed in military camouflage, he appeared convincing as he struck the deal. However, suspicion arose when he took the vehicle for a test drive and failed to return.

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The concerned car owners promptly reported the incident to the Kebbi State Police. Acting swiftly, the police launched an investigation into the matter. Their efforts paid off as they were able to locate and apprehend the fake soldier in Katsina state, where he had fled after disappearing with the vehicle.

During interrogation, the suspect, Faisal Saidu, confessed to the crime. The stolen vehicle has been successfully recovered and returned to its rightful owners. Saidu is currently in police custody, awaiting further legal proceedings once the investigation is concluded.

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Kebbi State Commissioner of Police, Musa Titus, used this incident as an opportunity to remind potential criminals that the police force is fully committed to maintaining law and order. He warned that those with criminal intent would not find a safe haven within Kebbi State and emphasized that the police are prepared to take action against any wrongdoing.

This incident serves as a cautionary tale for individuals engaging in high-value transactions. It underscores the importance of verifying the authenticity of counterparts, especially in situations involving significant financial exchanges.

Source: Vanguard Nigeria.

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