Four Arrested For Stealing AMCON  Dredger, Illegal Diversion In Delta Community

The Asset Management Corporation of Nigeria (AMCON) and Officers of the
the Nigeria Police Force B Division and the Marine Police in conjunction with Local Vigilante Group of Nigeria on Monday September 11 intercepted a stolen dredger and arrested over four suspects over alleged illegal diversion along Ifiekporo Community river in Warri South Local Government Area of Delta State.
AUTHENTIC News Daily gathered that the arrests were effected based on information.
It was also gathered that AMCON earlier seized and took inventory of the dredger from one Chief Oki,Chief Executive Officer of Woks on Construction Company over alleged debt running into several billions of Naira.
Instead of coming out to pay his bills, Chief Oki allegedly sent his workers to illegally tow the dredger from Ugbuwangue Waterside on Sunday night of September 10 to an unknown destination.
One of the four suspects who is the Master Dredger,Timothy Nwachukwu, 45yrs, in a chat with newsmen stated that his boss sent him on the errand stressing that,  ‘Na worker I be for here o.’
Nwachukwu who is from Ikeduru Community in Imo State and the others
are cooling off their heels at the Police Station”B” Division in Warri.
The Managing Partner, Mr. Onaiwu-Thomas Eghobamien led the Police to
the Community for the interception and arrests on behalf of the Receiver Manager, Chief Robert Ohuba &Co Legal Practitioners in Edo State.
Eghobamien expressed happiness that the dredger was recovered from the
Suspects insisting that the prime suspect must be arrested with the necessary actions taken against him while the dredger has been relocated to a jetty at Enerhen Community in Uvwie Local Government Area.
Contacted, the Delta State Acting Police Public Relations Officer,DSP
Andrew Aniamaka did not pick calls or reply text messages put accross
to his mobile phone line.


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