Six Nigerians Arrested In Ghana For Forging President’s Signature

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Six Nigerians have been arrested in Ghana for forging documents with signatures of public offices, including the President and Inspector General of Police (IGP).

The suspects are Osamudiamwen Ekechuku Emeka, 24, Adebayor Alaba Sa-ed, 21, Prince Ejine, 19, Charles Chinedu, 32, Wallace Darden Odon, 28 and Paul Kelvin, 20.

Documents bearing forged signatures of state officers and six state institutions including that of the Office of the President, Ghana Police Service, the High Court, VAT Service and others were some of the things retrieved.

In addition, the police also retrieved eight of their laptops which they used in transacting their business.



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