Police Arraign Railway Vandals In Nasarawa

June 23, 2021
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The Nigeria Police today arraigned suspected railway vandals at the Federal High Court sitting in Lafia, the Nasarawa State capital.

18 out of the 30 suspects earlier arrested were in court on however Justice Nehizena Afolabi adjourned the trial to July 7 for hearing and ordered that all suspects appear on the next date.

The police are charging the suspects for conspiracy, economic sabotage, and terrorism while the lawyer of the Chinese national is charged for aiding, facilitating, and abetment of terrorism for offering a bribe to the police to aid the escape of his client.

The police prosecutor Bale Nimnan said the Force is not treating the case with laxity.

“We have made arrests, we have investigated and we have charged. So we can’t just come to court without anything on the ground. The matter has been investigated, we believe we have a case that is why we are in court. We have a case and we will prove it.

“The President is trying to build formidable rail tracks and some Nigerians in collaboration with other foreign Nationals and companies are sabotaging our efforts. We have a case and we will prosecute diligently,” Nimnan said

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