In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 24th, September, 2020

See The Pretend Amotekun Recruitment Officer Arrested In Oyo (Picture)

See The Fake Amotekun Recruitment Officer Arrested In Oyo (Photo)


Adeyemi Agboola


A faux recruitment officer of Oyo State Safety Community often known as Amotekun has arrested.


The person recognized as Adeyemi Agboola, was arrested in Oyo city.


The arrest of Agboola is coming a number of days after a faux recruitment officer of the company was apprehended in Ibadan, the state capital.


Agboola was arrested for allegedly defrauding unsuspecting candidates into Amotekun.


Agboola who owned a cybercafé alongside Durbar Stadium street in Oyo city was caught on Wednesday with eleven faux recruitment varieties which he was allegedly promoting to largely unlettered candidates at N500 per copy, with the promise of aiding the victims to get the job.


The cybercafe operator claimed that he solely utilized the chance to extort the victims.


Amotekun Commandant, Colonel Olayanju Olayinka (rtd) whereas reacting stated the offender would face the regulation for his motion.


He added that the suspect has been handed over to the suitable prosecuting company.


He urged members of the general public to be cautious of people that might all the time need to make the most of others within the society as a result of the victims had been educationally poor.


“It is vitally unlucky that individuals can nonetheless make the most of others on recruitment train simply because the victims are unlettered, we will dig extra to know the variety of victims which have fallen for the antics of this man.

“We now have handed him over to the suitable prosecuting safety company. It shall function a deterrence to others which may need to thread this dangerous method. The State authorities has been working continuous to alleviate poverty and varied social points affecting our folks, however we won’t enable the frequent folks to be cheated by those that suppose they’re crafty”.


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