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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Man Arrested With $88,000 Fake Notes in Minna

The Niger state Police Command has captured a 37 year old man, Abubakar Suleiman with fake money of $88,000. The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Abigail Unaeze, said that he was captured when he took the cash to one Engineer Abdullahi Sambo of Shango range in Minna. 

The suspect was accounted for to the Chanchaga police division by Mamman Manya, one of the relatives of Sambo. The presume admitted that he was in control of the phony dollar notes however he was given the cash to convey to Engineer Sambo and he don't have the have an idea about the real owner of the cash. 

As per him, he said that a delegate called Khalifa gave him the cash while alluding to the owners of the cash as 'genies'. "I am on errand. The entire thing is much the same as a puzzle. 

I was called by some strange people to contact Kahlifa who will give me a message to Engineer Sambo in Minna. The general population guaranteed to help me fiscally. When I got to Minna, I went to Sambo's home, on arriving, his relatives called the police that I brought take notes for their dad." 

At the point when approached what the cash was implied for, Abubakar stated, "I don't realize what the cash is implied for. I was just let it know was implied for Engineer Sambo. I am on errand and it was not my business to know whether the notes are phony. I was doing what I was sent." 

He said that all endeavors to call the Khalifa prooved failed as he never again picks his calls. In the interim, the Police said that Abubakar is a piece of a syndicate who represents considerable authority in the flow of phony money notes including that the police is the trail of alternate individuals from the syndicate.

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