Fake Army Major arrested in Delta while conveying bags of Indian hemp

The Delta state Safer Highways police command has arrested a fake Army Major identified as Fabian Ojumah, allegedly involved in the transportation and sale of Indian Hemp.

Fake army major arrested

Fabian Ojumah, an indigene of Abbi village in Ndokwa-West Local Government Area of the state, was allegedly arrested while riding a fake military van with plate number NA142-B01.

He was caught with 420 packs of compressed weeds suspected to be Indian Hemp.

During investigations, Fabian who claimed to have grown up in a military barracks, said he has been in the business of Indian Hemp sale since 2014.

He was arrested on the Sapele Benin express way by police operatives when he was stopped and questioned about his identity.

He also told the police that he bought the Army plate number from a serving personnel. He also told the police that the Army uniform he wore was bought at Mammy market within the barracks which enabled him appear as a fake army major.

Below is a photo of the suspect, Fabian Ojumah

The state police command also stated that the suspect, Fabian Ojumah will be arraigned in court as soon as investigation is concluded.


The African Media News 

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