Man Arrested Again Two Days After Spending 7 Years In Jail

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A 35-year-old ex-convict, distinguished as Anietie Okon, was on Tuesday paraded close by 24 others by the Cross River State Police Command for endeavoring to a take auto battery only two days after he wrapped up his seven years imprison term.

Okon said he had gone to take the battery so as to raise cash to purchase things for purging as endorsed by a congregation prophet in Calabar.

This came similarly as state charge said it had recuperated five AK47 rifles from an undisclosed grave at Goldie graveyard in Calabar.

Chief of Police, Mr. Hafiz Inuwa, said Okon was captured on May 21 at around 9.45am for breaking into a workshop with the goal of taking significant properties.

He said that the casualty would soon be charged to court as examination and admission demonstrated that he was punishable.

Substantiating the magistrate's position, Okon stated, "I had no cash on me. I went to the congregation for deliverance yet the prophet requesting that I go and get a few materials for purging. I didn't have any cash, along these lines, I went to a workman workshop to check whether I could get cash.

"I located a battery and needed to take it available to be purchased yet I was gotten by security agents. That was the manner by which I ended up in the police guardianship once more. Please I ask for benevolence, I won't do it once more. I really told the congregation that I had no cash."

Inuwa, who additionally paraded 24 suspects for different offenses extending from theft, murder to unlawful ownership of guns, among others, approached inhabitants of the state to remain off wrongdoing as the police would keep on working hard to decrease illicit exercises.

Talking on the recuperated AK47 rifles, Inuwa said that different things recouped from the grave included 200 rounds of 7:62mm short ammo and seven magazines.

The things, as per the chief, were recuperated on May 28 by a group of policemen.

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