Police regarded constable a great respect for returning missing dollars to owner
The Kastina police command has regarded a police constable identified as Nura Mande with a great respect for returning missing 800 dollars to its rightful owner in the state.
The commissioner of police, Idris Dabban, presented a letter of commendation to Mande and the amount N30,000.
According to Gambo Isah, The Command’s spokesperson, he revealed that Mr Mande was on official duty at the state Pilgrims Welfare Board Hajj camp when he found the 800 dollars belonging to a female intending pilgrim, Hajiya Hadiza Usman.
“While discharging his duty at the Hajj camp, PC Mande found the 800 dollars on the ground and returned it to the board’s Director of Administration, Alhaji Sada Salisu-Rumah.
“PC Mande disclosed that it was his fear of God that made him to return the money to the board’s official so that it could be returned to the owner.
“Salisu-Rumah commended the police constable for his good behaviour and honesty.”
Isah revealed that the police commissioner was elated over the display of honesty by Mr Maude and called on other police personnel in the command to emulate him.
In other news, Justice Ibrahim Buba of the Federal High Court sitting in Enugu has convicted and sentenced two fraudsters on the Watch List of the American Federal Bureau of Investigation, FBI, to seven years imprisonment for internet- related offences.
The convicts: Uchechukwu Solomon Ezirim and Dike George Chimezie got their jail terms on different dates in the same court. While Ezirim was jailed on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, Chimezie was convicted on Friday, June 10, 2022.
Ezirim’s conviction was based on his trial by the Enugu Zonal Command of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC on two- count charges bordering on forgery, impersonation and obtaining money from unsuspecting foreign nationals under false pretences.
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