Ndubuisi Ohabuiro, a former policeman who had earlier been dismissed from the Nigerian Police Force following his criminal activities, ran out of luck after he was caught stealing a phone at a police recruitment exam in Abia State.
Abia Breaking News reported that the suspect was apprehended for allegedly stealing another candidate’s phone at the police recruitment exam centre, JAMB office Ubakala, Umuahia South LGA, Abia State.
It was gathered that the phone thief had taken advantage of the country’s poor identity management and poor record keeping culture, as he successfully reapplied to rejoin the force where he had been sacked.
Here is his photo below;
This is coming after it was reported that a case of the law going against its code of engagement played out in Nasarawa State, when a 40-year-old Assistant Superintended of Police (ASP) Garba Audu and four accomplices were arrested for allegedly carting away a transformer belonging to Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) in Mararaba/Obi Junction.
Audu, who is serving with the state police command connived with four other electricity experts using police patrol van to vandalise the transformer and loaded firewood on top of the transformer as a cover escaped with it.
The burble bust when the police officer and his cohorts were moving the transformer when a member of a vigilante group sighted them and alerted the police. They were chased and intercepted by the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) operating in the area.
It was gathered that the police officer and his team allegedly took advantage of the power interruption, vandalise the transformer and removed all the installations attached to it and use the police vehicle to transport the items.
The Nasarawa State Police Public Relations Officer, (PPRO) Idrisu Kennedy, said that investigation into the case has commenced by the state criminal investigation and intelligence department and disciplinary procedure against the officer was ongoing.