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Police arrest four fake soldiers in Lagos

Police spokesman in Lagos, Benjamin Hundeyin, said the suspects include three males and one female.

• July 24, 2022
SP Benjamin Hundeyin
SP Benjamin Hundeyin

The Lagos police command said it arrested four fake soldiers on Sunday in the Iju area of Lagos state. 

Police spokesman in Lagos, Benjamin Hundeyin, said the suspects include three males and one female. 

“Officers of Iju Division led by the DPO, CSP Gbenga Stephen, today at about 1:30am arrested four fake soldiers in the Iju area of Lagos State,” Mr Hundeyin tweeted on Sunday.

“The fake soldiers who were arrested in a Mazda3 saloon car are Samuel Abel ‘m’ 28, Victor ljeemai ‘m’ 35, Lukman Salabiu ‘m’ 43 

and Oyinyechi Macus ‘f’ 30.”

The police spokesperson said the suspects have been “transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) in Yaba for further investigation.”

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