See the faces of the arrested 18 criminals, and two impersonators in Plateau state
By Ojoseph | self meida writer
Published 23 days ago - 1467 views
It's a good news in Plateau state as our soldiers were able to arrest twenty criminals yesterday. These criminals are notorious and they have been known to be terrorising the state. Among the twenty criminals are the two impersonators. These two dresses like a soldier to deceive their victims.
According to the Special Task Force, Operation Safe Haven (OPSH), that are responsible for the maintenance of peace in Plateau State. Yesterday, Friday, they paraded 20 notorious criminals including Mahmud Mohmmed and Nuhu Ochofo, impersonating as a soldier and personnel of NSCDC.
This is a huge success from our soldiers. They should continue to do the good job they are doing. If we would recall too, on Wednesday, they evaded the area of Timbuktu in Borno state and it was a huge success for them too. May God continue to keep and bless our soldiers. They are putting their lives on the line for us.
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