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A monarch along with two others have been arrested in Akwa lbom state over their alleged roles in selling two 500KVA transformers meant for community electrification.
This development was disclosed to newsmen by the state's police spokesman - Mr Odiko Macdon in the state capital - Uyo on Friday.
He gave the names of the monarch as Aniefiok Udo and the other two others as Eteonong Udo and Uduak George.
The transformers were donated by the Niger delta development commission (NNDC) for the purpose of electrifying Nsiak village in the state.
The suspects confessed to the crime and also led the police in recovering the transformers.
Mr Odiko Macdon,a superintendent of police thanked the residents of the state for their support and other security agencies for their cooperation in tackling security challenges in the state.
A monarch involved in criminality like this,how can events like this be checked from happening in the future?
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