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Sex maniac, who allegedly lures ladies through Facebook to hotels nabbed in A’ Ibom

By Ayoyinka Jegede, Uyo
05 January 2022   |   3:50 am
Akwa Ibom State Police Command has arrested an alleged fraudster, Mr. Imaobong Kelvin Akpan for impersonating the State Commissioner for Lands and Water Resources, Pastor Umo Eno.

Akwa Ibom State Police Command has arrested an alleged fraudster, Mr. Imaobong Kelvin Akpan for impersonating the State Commissioner for Lands and Water Resources, Pastor Umo Eno.

The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Odiko MacDon, disclosed this yesterday, while parading the suspect at the Command Headquarters, Ikot Akpan Abia.

MacDon said the suspect was arrested by the detectives of the General Investigation Unit of State Criminal Investigation Department, based on petition to the Deputy Commissioner of Police.

According to him, aside impersonating the commissioner through fake Facebook account, the suspect defrauded some unsuspecting members of the public.

The PPRO said some exhibits recovered from the suspect, include; two Glo, two Airtel, one MTN sim cards, two phones and seven dollars and five Yuan.

He said: “The suspect, who is a fraudster and sex maniac confessed to have fraudulently created the Facebook account.
“He uses the said account to lure innocent and unsuspecting ladies to hotels, have carnal knowledge of them with promise to assist them secure jobs, while defrauding others of various sums of money running into millions.

“He succeeded in luring more than 10 ladies through the fraudulent Facebook account and had sexual intercourse with them at various hotels while posing as the Personal Assistant to the Honourable Commissioner.”

The suspect, who confessed to the crime while fielding questions from newsmen, said he did not know what pushed him into the act.

MEANWHILE, the State Commissioner of Police, Andrew Amiengheme has warned fraudsters, imposters as well as those engaging in criminality to henceforth desist from the act, adding that the command would spare no resources in clamping down on them.