Five Armed Men Were Arrested Inside The House of Reps Member’s House With Dangerous Weapons

Police personnel attached to the Imo State Command have arrested armed political thugs suspected to be on a mission to disrupt the presidential election to be held on February 25 in Ohaji/Egbema Council area of ​​the state.

The Police Public Relations Officers (PPRO) of the command, Henry Okoye, in a statement made available to newspapers in Owerri, said the armed thugs raided on credible information inside the Umorji country house of Hon. Kingsley Uju, representing Ohaji/Egbema/Oguta/Oru West Federal Constituency in the National Assembly, Abuja.

According to information gathered from Crime Channel, the suspects, all of whom are from Imo State, include Henry Nwabueze, 40, a native of Umorji in Ohaji/Egbema LGA, Achor David, 45, from Onitsha Mgbara in Ohaji/Egbema LGA and Tochukwu Obiego, 40, a resident at Mgbara in Ohaji/Egbema.

Others are Clinton Ezekwe, 49, a native of Ohaji/Egbeme LGA and Onuorah Raphael, 33, who hails from Ngor-Okpala LGA.

Items seized from them include a pump-action pistol, three locally made pistols, an HP printer, four laptop computers and documents containing voter registration details in the Oguta/Ohaji-Egbema/Oru West LGA.

Other recovered criminal items included 50 charged ink cartridges, an LG remote control, a power bank, an intercom, three laptop external keyboards, a Toyota Camry with registration number GWA574AZ and a Toyota Corolla with registration number NKK837GK.

Also recovered from them were eight mobile phones, a Belushi watch, a ring and fifteen thousand naira in cash.

Police authorities said the lawmaker’s home was used as a base of operations by the suspects, who will be charged in court once the investigation is completed.

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