The Police on Tuesday summoned three regular citizens under the steady gaze of an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court for purportedly marching themselves as military men.
The defendants, Emmanuel Ifeanyichukwu, 34; Emmanuel Ogar, 31; and Basiru Saleh, 33, are confronting a three-count charge which verges on conspiracy and impersonation.
They argued not guilty to the charge.
The police investigator, Insp Wasiu Dada, said the respondents wore the Nigerian Army disguise uniform and depicted themselves as military faculty.
Dada let the court know that the accused committed the offenses with others still on the loose on Oct. 22 at around 2.00 p.m. at Ajah in Lagos.
He said the respondents plotted and unlawfully possessed, military disguise regalia, boots, and ID cards which they couldn’t give an agreeable record of.
The investigator said the offenses abuse Sections 77, 79(a)(b) and 411 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State, 2015.
Officer Emeka Opara conceded them to N50,000 bail with two guarantees in like aggregate.
Opara requested that the guarantees should be beneficially utilized and have proof of two years of duty installment to the Lagos State Government.
The Magistrate dismissed the case until December 8, for notice. (NAN)
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