MEN of the Delta State police
command have arrested a Chief
Accountant attached to the Delta
State University
(DELSU) Abraka and another staff
of the Bursary department for
allegedly defrauding the
university of over N21 million,
even as four fake licensing
officers who specialize in issuing
fake licences to unsuspecting
motorists were picked up at the
premises of the State Licensing
office in Asaba.
The command’s spokesman, Mr.
Charles Muka confirmed the two
incidents saying that the chief
accountant of the
university and another staff of
the bursary department were
arrested “for defrauding DELSU
of over N21 million”.
Muka further stated that “the
suspects, (names withheld) on
interrogation confessed stating
that they used the money to buy
cars and landed property.
Items recovered from them
include Nisan car, a Jeep, LCD TV,
400,000 cash, lands and
buildings. They will soon be
arraigned in court”, he added.
On the arrest of four fake
licensing officers, Muka said, “we
(police) also arrested four
persons for issuance of fake
road worthiness and insurance.
The
suspects on information were
rounded up in motor licence
office premises by the men of
Police ‘A’ Division Asaba where
they deceive customers into
patronizing them”.

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