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Kogi Police Parade Illegal Merchant Navy School

The Police has paraded Commodore Allen
Edema, the Proprietor and the
Commandant of the illegal Nigerian
Merchant Navy Maritime and Petroleum
Security and Safety Corps Training
School, located in Idah, Kogi State.
While parading the suspects at the State
Police Headquarters, Lokoja, the Kogi
State Police Commissioner, Sai’du
Madawaki, said that the arrest was made
possible owing to the continuation of
security and crime prevention strategy of
the Police in the state.
Briefing the media, Mr. Sai’du Madawaki
said that all the suspects paraded would
be charged to court after the completion
of their investigation.
The suspect, who is the Proprietor and the
Commandant of the said illegal school,
was paraded in company of his deputy,
Captain Reuben Maji Ojogbene. He told
Channels Television how the training
school started, insisting that the school
was operating legally, and that what the
Joint Task Force had done was illegal.
He said that the school’s top
management had earlier held a meeting
with the Minister for Transport on the
instance of the Vice President.
The Police also paraded robbery suspects
from the Kogi State University Ayingba,
and other suspected robbers for allegedly
involving in various criminal activities.
The Police said that they were all arrested
the night they went out to rob, during
which one of them was gun down by the
Police.
At the Police B Division in Felele, the
Police also paraded some suspects who
were caught with a tanker truck of
substance suspected to be crude oil.
Ishaya Musa from Kaduna State, and
Raphael Samson a mechanic from
Anambra were caught with the truck.

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