[Updated] Police in Minna allegedly ‘steal’ and ‘sell’ car belonging to Nigerian Army Captain
A mild drama ensued in Minna earlier this month as men of the Nigeria police allegedly ‘fraudulently’ ‘stole’ and ‘sold’ a car belonging to a Nigerian army captain.
The Divisional Police Officer (DPO) of Chanchaga Police Division in Niger State, Chief Superintendent of Police (CSP) Mohammed Baba alongside Inspector Sadiq Abubakar and Inspector Salihu Mokwa, all in Chanchaga Police Division Minna Niger state, were reported to have connived with one Mustapha Aliyu to ‘fraudulently’ sell a Toyota Corolla 2010 model, red in colour with chassis number JTDBU4EE9A1079141.
It was reported that the transaction had was effected with forged car documents issued to the buyer, one Musliyu Murtala of Salahu Global Motors, Minna.
Attached are copies of the transaction details.
It should be noted that the said transaction took place inside the Chanchaga Police Station. The case is presently before the Niger State Commissioner of Police, whom it was reported is allegedly making frantic efforts to cover his corrupt policemen.