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Police nab suspected fakers of vehicle, drivers’ licences in Aba

By Ugochukwu Alaribe

Aba—The Ohuru Isimiri Police Division in Aba, Abia state has arrested a syndicate who specialises in faking vehicle and drivers’ licence in the city.

The suspects; Daniel Lisaa, a computer analyst and Larry Ilas, who claimed to be a computer engineering National Diploma student of Ibadan Polytechnic Oyo State, hail from Shagamu and Ewekoro areas of Ogun state, respectively.

Items recovered from them include: 313 Drivers’ Licence, 3 packs of passport photographs belonging to over a million victims, 2 laptop and  2 desktop computers, 22 packs of unfinished Drivers’ Licence cards each containing 250 pieces, 3 scanners and a printer.

The duo who were arrested at their hideout at Ohuru Isimiri in Obingwa council area, have agents at Aba and Port-Harcourt who are still at large.

Vanguard gathered that the duo confessed to have been in the business for more than two years where they charge their customers, N1, 500 per driver’s and vehicle license.

Police Public Relations Officer, Abia state command, DSP Ezekiel Onyeke, who confirmed the incident, said efforts are on top gear to arrest the fleeing suspects.



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