70 Year Old Man Apprehended In Abuja For Calling Himself Buhari’s Adviser.

On Monday, 19th of October, 2015, the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) Police Command on Monday disclosed that it had apprehended a 70 year old fake Presidential Adviser on Defence Matters.
Revealing the suspect,Aamule Sule who claimed to be a retired Army Colonel, to the media, the command’s Spokesman,ASP Anjuguri Manzah, said the suspect was arrested on October 18 at a house in Maitama area of Abuja where he claimed to have met a former governor.
“Police operatives attached to Maitama Division acting on a tip-off arrested one fake Colonel (name withheld) who claimed to be the Special Adviser to the President on Defence Matters“He also confessed that he only hides under that guise to solicit for juicy contracts or financial favour from his high profile victims,” he said.
He said that one fake identification card and five complimentary cards were recovered from him. The suspect, who said he worked with the Bauchi State Government up to 1990, said he had been in the business for over three years.
“I thought it was an easy way to feed my family,” he said.

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Banker Nabbed After Forging WASCE, University Results. (Photo)

Daniel Makanjuola, a 26-year-old banker has been nabbed for allegedly using a cloned West African Senior School Certificate, WASCE, and Lagos State University’s statement of result to secure employment at the Wema Bank Plc, Marina branch, on the Lagos Island.
The police revealed Makanjuola had paraded himself as a degree holder in marketing with Second Class, Upper Division, before his arrest.
He was also said to have tendered a forged National Youth Service Corps discharge certificate and a reference letter to the bank. He claimed to have obtained the letter from United Bank for Africa, his purported former workplace.
PUNCH Metrogathered that the suspect, who hails from Ijero Local Government Area in Ekiti State, had joined the bank in 2013, before he was sacked in July 2015 after the documents were confirmed to be fake.
It was gathered that the fraudulent act was discovered after the management sent a letter to the UBA to verify the genuineness of the reference letter. The UBA was said to have denied knowledge of Makanjuola and the letter.
Punch later learnt that the discovery prompted the bank to write West African Examinations Council and LASU, which also disclaimed the results. The suspect was arrested after the case was reported at the Lion Building Police Station.
The bank’s Public Relations Officer, Emela Esohe, said Makanjuola owned up to the act before a disciplinary committee. The suspect, in a statement he made to the police, also confessed to the crime and explained how he obtained the forged certificates.
He said he resorted to the act to alleviate the poverty in his family, adding that it was one Vincent who helped him to get the reference letter.
He said:
“I am actually a National Diploma holder. I secured the fake WASCE and LASU results, using a search engine and CorelDraw application. I scanned an NYSC certificate and used some applications to edit it. I did it in order to put an end to the suffering of my poor family. I am the only son of my father. I want the authority to be compassionate with my case. I was only trying to live a better life. ”
A police prosecutor, Inspector I. Okeke, arraigned Makanjuola at a Tinubu Magistrate’s Court on three counts of forgery.


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SHOCKING: Son Attacks His Father With Machete In Lagos.

A 20-year-old youth has been apprehended and charged before the Magistrates’ court sitting in Ejigbo for inflicting injury on his father with a machete in Lagos State.
Toluwani Oluwarotimiallegedly attacked his father, Elijah with a machete and inflicted injuries on his head and other parts of his body before the intervention of their neighbours who rescued him.
According toPM News, the incident happened at their house located at 4, Jesus is the Head Street, Ijegun, on the outskirts of Lagos.
The matter was reported to the police at Isheri Oshun Division and when the police attempted to arrest Toluwani, he resisted and attempted to attack the officers before he was over powered.
Elijah said Toluwani has been a thorn in the flesh of the family and they have done their best to change him to no avail.
He said Toluwani started smoking hard drugs at a tender age and whenever he was high, he will descend either on him or his wife, Monica and any of their three children with weapons with the aim to kill.
He said he has spent huge sums of money to get admission for him both within and outside Nigeria and at the end of their effort, he would frustrate it.
Elijah said Toluwani refused to go to school or learn any other trade but decided to wage war against their family.
He said his character changed to worse of recently when he declared that he would kill everybody in the family and he would start from him, which he had already attempted to accomplish.
Elijah said he has decided to hand him over to the police for peace to return in his family and possible rehabitation in the prsion.
On his part, Toluwani admitted that he smokes and denied that he attacked his father. He said he has issues with his father because he does not care about his welfare rather he was concerned about other children who are in various schools.
Toluwani was arraigned before the court where he pleaded not guilty.The presiding Magistrate, Mr A.A. Fashola granted him bail in the sum of N100,000 with one surety in like sum.
He was remanded in prison custody pending when he will perfect his bail. The matter was adjourned till 11, November, 2015.