Kogi Govt. recovers 53 stolen electrical transformers from gang of criminals

The Kogi State Government has intercepted 53 stolen transformers from some criminal syndicate operating


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Kogi Govt. recovers 53 stolen electrical transformers from gang of criminals


The Kogi State Government has intercepted 53 stolen transformers from some criminal syndicate operating in the State.
 
 
Our Kogi State Correspondent, reports that the Special Adviser on Media to Kogi State Governor, Ismaila Isah disclosed this in a statement on Monday.
 
Isah disclosed that, the electrical transformers were said to have been stolen from the National Integrated Power Project (NIPP) facility in the state by the gang of criminals who were arrested in Obajana on their way to Lagos State.
 
 
He emphacized that the electrical transformer were meant for electrification projects in different parts of the state, adding that, the criminals,  have volunteered useful information that led to the arrest of a fleeing member of the gang in Ilorin, Kwara State and the alleged receiver of the transformers in Lagos state respectively.
 
 
The media aide further asserted that the subsequent arrest of these criminal gangs responsible for this act is an indication of improvement in the fight against crime Kogi State by Governor Ahmed Usman Ododo led administration.
 
 
According to him, the renewed efforts by present administration to combat crime in the state is already yielding tremendous results.
 
 
Isah disclosed that,  Governor Ododo has continued to commend security agencies operating in the state for being steadfast in the discharge of their responsibilities at all times.
 
 
"The present administration under Governor Usman Ahmed Ododo has restated his determination to stamp out crimes and criminality in the state. He has assured security agencies of maximum support by the state government to ensure the security of lives and property in all parts of Kogi state" Isah added.

 


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Odimayo Olatunde Frederick
graduate of Mass Communication and Kogi State Correspondent of Fresh Angle International Newspaper
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