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NSCDC officer allegedly caught stealing in an office building in Rivers state (photos)

NSCDC officer allegedly caught stealing in an office building in Rivers state (photos)

- Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) officer receives merciless beating for allegedly stealing from an office in Rivers state

- NSCDC has charged two men to court for attempted murder after they tied up and beat the civil defence officer

The Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps has charged two men to court for attempted murder and conspiracy after they beat up NSCDC officer, Lucky Wilfred, for allegedly stealing from them.

According to Facebook user, Lorde Bison, Wilfred was allegedly caught stealing in an office building at Agudama street, Rivers state.

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Bison explained that residents in the compound where Wilfred was caught tied him up and beat him mercilessly.

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See what happened officer who was allegedly caught stealing

The Facebook user further said the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps command in Rivers state charged two of the men who were part of the mob that beat up Wilfred to court.

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NAIJ.com gathered that Welcome Obu and Onuoha Oliver are being charged for attempted murder and conspiracy.

Read below:

"The man in this picture, is Inspector Lucky Wilfred an officer of the Nigerian Civil Defence corps. last week Wednesday, he came to steal in an office at Agudama Street, Dline. he was caught and beaten by residents in the compound. that was how they took this picture of him. today the Rivers State Command of the Nigerian Civil Defence Corps is prosecuting Mr. Welcome Obu, a resident of the compound and Mr. Onuoha Oliver the secretary in the office are being charged to court for conspiracy and attempted murder of the said thief. this is the height of injustice in Nigeria. we are asking the authority to come into this matter and let justice prevail."

"Please help us share this post till it gets to the Headquarters of the Nigeria Civil Defence Corps let justice prevail."

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