Thursday, 28 April 2016

– Fake police chief nabbed with indian hemp makes stunning confessions

– Fake police chief nabbed with indian
hemp makes stunning confessions


– Says he took to the illegal trade in order
to cater for five wives and 23 children
– Blames his predicament on poverty and
frustration
The two suspects after being paraded on
The two suspects after being paraded on
Wednesday, April 27.
A self-styled superintendent of police,
George Oliseh, has been arrested with 10
bags of weed suspected to be cannabis, The
Punch reports.
The arrest of the police officer who was on
uniform and had an identity card, was
effected by the Ogun state police command
in Sagamu area of the state on Sunday, April
24, when the suspect was bringing the bags
of hemp from Owo, Ondo state, in his Toyota
Camry car.




The fake officer was said to have been
nabbed alongside one Isaac Ishicheli, who
claimed to be his brother-in-law.
Abdulmajid Ali, the Ogun police chief,
paraded the suspects on Wednesday at the
command’s headquarters in Eleweran,
Abeokuta, alongside 37 other suspected
armed robbers, cultists, murderers, and a
fraudster.
In his confession, Oliseh, 64, explained that
poverty and frustration drove him into the
business, especially because he had 23
children and five wives to cater for.
“It was Inspector Umukoro, an Urhobo man
from Delta, who introduced the business to
me, and I embraced it. I was a former corporal
in the police. I joined the force in 2002, but I
was dismissed in 2009.
“It was frustration and poverty that forced me
into the business, because I have to take care
of 23 children and five wives, though two had
left,” he explained soberly.
Speaking after the parade, the police boss
noted that all the suspects would be made
to face the consequences of their actions.