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Police Parade Man For Abducting Father

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Ganiyat Ganiyu

A 20-year-old man, Abubakar Amodu, has been paraded by the police in Abuja for abducting his biological father.

Amodu and his gang kidnapped his father and collected N2m ransom before he was freed.

He was paraded along with 25 suspects in Abuja by the Police Force Public Relations Officer, Frank Mba.

Amodu said, “I became friends with the members of the gang, who told me that my father was rich, and he should be kidnapped for money.

“After we kidnapped my father, he paid N2m and I was given N200,000 as my share.”

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Meanwhile, the police in Abuja has arrested one Mohammed Abdulrahman for parading himself as a Superintendent of Police and an operative of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission, EFCC.

The Police Public Relations Officer for the Commissioner of Police, Yusuf Mariam, in a statement issued, said Abdulrahman harassed residents along Mabushi Express axis under the façade of being a police officer.

The PPRO said, “Acting on credible intelligence, on 17th January 2021 Police Operatives from Mabushi Division arrested one Mohammed Abdulrahman ‘m’ at Mabushi for impersonating as a Superintendent of Police and an operative of the Economic and Financial Crime Commission.

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