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Living Soft Man uses stolen ID of a dead policeman to feed his family

A man who gave a confession about his fraudulent activities is hoping for forgiveness but will he get one?

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The police in Sokoto State have arrested a man who wants forgiveness for fraud that has allowed him to conveniently feed two wives and seven children.

(Punch News)

An ID card stolen from a dead policeman has served a fraudster, Mahmuda Hamza a great deal. He makes use of this in order to cater to two wives and seven children.

Hamza who was arrested by the police in Sokoto confessed to the crime revealing that he is able to fend for them with money acquired from various scams.

Man uses stolen ID of a dead policeman to feed his family play

Monies gathered from fraudulent activities has helped a man handle financial obligations to two wives and seven children.

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He hoped for forgiveness at the state police headquarters where he was paraded on Friday, July 6, 2018.

Punch News confirmed his confession in a statement he made.

“I am a fraudster and I know I have committed an offence but I am pleading, I will not go into crime again if I am pardoned.

"I am not an armed robber, but a fraudster. I have two wives and seven children and I feed them all from the money I make through this fraud,” says Mahmuda Hamza.

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The police in Delta State have been notified of the incident.

(The Eagleonline)

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He was arrested at a time when the state police declared war against hooligans.

Spokesperson for the police DSP Cordelia Nwawe confirmed the commitment of the force to bring to a close the activities of criminals.

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