The suspect, Olawale Olatunji, was caught at a bank in Kubwa town of the federal capital territory with 11 ATM cards and 10 chequebooks of different banks which he stressed belong to him.

While parading him, FCT commissioner of police, Bala Ciroma, disclosed that the suspect had posed as police AIG to defraud members of the public by promising to assist them to get contracts at the Police Air Wing Department.

Ciroma said, "The suspect had under the same pretext defrauded unsuspecting members of the public by offering to help them secure contracts at the Police Air Wing.

"In the course of investigation, fake Police Air Wing receipts, fake contract documents, 11 ATM cards, 10 chequebooks and letterheads of different companies were recovered from him as exhibits."

Olatunji, however, denied defrauding people but admitted ownership of the seized items, including the fake Police Air Wing receipts.

"A pastor introduced me to someone as a retired AIG, but I didn't defraud anyone. The ATM cards and chequebooks are for my bank accounts, which were opened for my business with different companies," he claimed.

Olatunji insisted he was not a criminal and called on the police to charge him to court.