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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Nigerian Polytechnic Student in Hot Soup for Stealing This....See Shocking Details

 


Uzairu Sulaimon, a polytechnic student, has been arrested.
 
He was arrested by operatives of the Federal Capital Territory Police Command for vandalising underground armoured cables at Maitama, Abuja.
 
Accoridng to The Punch, the 24-year old ordinary diploma computer science student was nabbed as he emerged from a manhole where he stole the cables. His accomplice, identified as Muar, however escaped.
 
Sulaimon told Northern City News at the FCT Police Command that it was the second time he vandalised underground cables, which they sold to some unidentified traders in Apo market.
 
He stated that he was given N10,000 as his share by Umar, adding that he worked for Umar.
 
The suspect stated that he used to be a commercial motorcyclist but took to crime when officials of the FCT Directorate of Road Traffic Services, otherwise known as Vehicle Inspection Officers, confiscated his motorcycle about three months ago.
 
Sulaimon said, “I am a student of a polytechnic in Zamfara but I decided to come to Abuja after the school was shut down. I was engaged by Umar to cut armoured cables which we sold to some traders. We usually burned the cables and sold the wires inside it.”
 
Exhibits recovered from Sulaimon included a cutter, rolls of armoured cables and a Volkswagen Golf car.

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