2 Sokoto marshals convicted, 15 others remanded over criminal activities
Two officials of the Sokoto State Marshal Corps have been convicted while 15 other officials were remanded at the Sokoto central prison for alleged involvement in criminal cases.
The offences sodomy, theft impersonation.
Commandant the Marshal Corps, retired police commissioner Sa’idu Madawaki, disclosed this yesterday.
He said the two convicts are now serving their jail include
of terms at the Sokoto Central Prison.
He said the affected officials were suspended, before they were handed over to the state police command for prosecution.
He said the organisation will ensure that all bad elements are chased out.
He added that seven other suspected criminals were arrested and handed over to the police command for further investigation and prosecution.
He further stated that 786 motorists in the state were nabbed for violating traffic rules and other regulations.
From right: Representative of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation, Deputy Director Wilson Jack; Director Environmental Science and Technology Department, Peter Ekweozah and President/ CEO of Council of Entrepreneurs for Africa (COEFA), Dr Sandra Iroakazi, at the formal constitution of a steering committee for the implementation of the Federal Ministry of Science and Technology and COEFA, Canada MoU with the national waste-to-wealth programme for Nigeria, in Abuja yesterday.