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Akwa Ibom police arrests fake corps member
A statement released by the Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Chukwu Ikechukwu contained this.
The statement reveals on Wednesday, the said man, Justice Orlu, was nabbed following an intelligence report from men of the police force at the orientation camp.
“Based on intelligence received by our policemen at the orientation camp, Officers swung into action and arrested one Mr Justice Orlu Ordu, and indigene of Ikwere in Rivers, in Monday Uko’s Hostel in the orientation camp.
“On interrogation, Ordu admitted being a fake corps member who forged NYSC call-up letter claiming to have graduated from University of Uyo, from the Department of Architecture.
“He will be charged to court at the conclusion of investigation,” Ikechukwu said.
Orlu added that the Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr Zubairu Muazu, had assured members of the public that the command had put in place an intelligence-led policing in efforts to reduce crime.
The 2017 Batch A stream II Corps members posted to the state and who reported to camp on July 26 were 1,986 in muber.