Police PRO Olumuyiwa Adejobi Warns Against Buying Items From Street Traders As Lady Is Arrested For Buying Stolen Recharge Card

Date:

 

The Police Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi has given reasons Nigerians should stop buying items from roadside vendors.

 

His warning comes after a lady was arrested for buying stolen items from the street or uncertified vendors.

 

In his tweet, it was gathered that the lady who was arrested and is now been detained for buying a stolen recharge card in Osun.

 

The lady said she bought the recharge card from a seller in February and was later arrested by the police for purchasing the card which they said was stolen from a bulk seller.

 

The lady said that she was arrested and then later released but was however arrested again on May 17.

 

Reacting to her claims, Adejobi said the police has done nothing wrong in arresting her after the stolen item was found on her. He pointed out that the law permits the police to arrest anyone found with a stolen item and that such a person will be given the opportunity to prove his or her innocence.

 

Read her tweets and Adejobi’s reaction below:

 

 

Stephen Emmanuelhttp://naijatweet.ng
🔥E.M.M.Z.Y🔥 🌺PUBLIC FIGURE🦾 🧑🏻‍💻BLOGGER💻 🕸WEB DESIGNER 👨‍🎨 💽STORY WRITTER✍️ 📉ONLINE MARKETER💹 👨‍💻📊GRAPHICS DESIGNER 👨‍🎨 C.E.O - NAIJATWEET MEDIA🎖

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Share post:

Popular

More like this
Related

Panic As Catholic Priest Gets Abducted While Preparing For Mass In Edo

  According to a report by Daily Trust, a...

NDLEA Operatives Apprehend Brazilian Returnee With Cocaine Hidden In His Private Parts In Lagos

  The officers of the National Drug Law Enforcement...

NAFDAC Alerts Nigerians On Toxicity, Ban Of European Cosmetics Product

The information was contained in a public alert...

Shehu Sani Reacts As Terrorists Kill Catholic Priest, Vitus Borogo In Kaduna

Rev Fr Christian Emmanuel of the Catholic Secretariat...