Frank Ekpo: Rivers state police still on the lookout for man on most-wanted list

Frank Ekpo: Rivers state police still on the lookout for man on most-wanted list

The Police Command in Rivers, says it is still in search of Frank Ekpo, 39 years old man from Biakpani, Biase local government area of Cross River that was declared wanted in August.

The Command’s Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP Nnamdi Omoni, made this known Aug. 15, 2019 that was re-issued on Friday in Port Harcourt.

Omoni said that Frank Ekpo was fair in complexion, 5 to 6 ft tall, speaks Ekoi and English Languages fluently.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Omoni said that Ekpo was wanted in connection with a case of conspiracy and Advance Fee Fraud pending at Chief Magistrates Court 9 Port Harcourt in Case No. PMC/1045C/2018.

“The sitting Magistrate on the August 20, 2019 issued Bench Warrant against him, with an Order to arrest and bring him to court without further delay.

“In the light of the above, the command wishes to appeal to the general public or any person with useful information that can lead to his arrest to report to the nearest Police Station.

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“Or, call the following security numbers: 08032003514, 08028915462 and 08182157778,” he said.

Omoni said that handsome reward awaited any person that would give information that would lead to his arrest.

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a 22-year-old man AbdulBasit Umar was arrested for allegedly kidnapping his own biological sister in Taraba state.

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According to the police, Umar a 200 level Geology student of Modibbo Adama University Yolawho who demanded N10m ransom was aided by 21- year-old Abdullahi Habib a student of Adamawa State University Mubi and 27-year-old Sadiq Dalhatu.

The criminals reportedly lured 10 year- old Amina Umar into a saloon car and took her to Dove Hotel at Mayo Dassa in Jalingo where they held her captive.

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