METRO Police Arrest Fake Army Major With Indian Hemp In Delta

METRO Police Arrest Fake Army Major With Indian Hemp In Delta

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METRO Police Arrest Fake Army Major With Indian Hemp In Delta

Operatives of the Safer Highways patrol team of the Delta State Police Command have arrested a man for parading himself as Nigerian Army Officer, Major Ojumah and being involved in the sales of Indian hemp.

The 44-year-old man identified as Fabian, who hails from Abbi in Ndokwa-West Local Government Area of Delta State, was arrested earlier in the week along Sapele Road in the state, according to ThePunch.

A fake military van with plate number NA142-B01 conveying 420 packs of compressed weeds suspected to be Indian hemp was also recovered from the suspect.

A police source stated that the suspect will be prosecuted at the end of ongoing investigation into the incident.

In his confession, Fabian told the police that he had been involved in the business of Indian hemp sales since 2014.
He reportedly admitted that the van belongs to him and that he bought the Army plate number from serving personnel.

Fabian also revealed that the Army uniform he wore was bought at Mammy market within the barracks.

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He said this was possible because he “grew up in the barracks and has a military background, though not a soldier”.

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