Segun Ogundeji, an ex-convict who dressed up as a military personnel to visit a police station in Ogun State, was apprehended.
Ogundeji was nabbed at the Sango police station in Ogun State’s Ado-Odo/Ota Local Government Area.
Abimbola Oyeyemi, the command’s spokesperson, confirmed the event to reporters on Sunday.
The ex-convict was at the police station in full military camouflage, according to Oyeyemi, to request the release of a suspect.
However, when he arrived at the station, he was confronted by an Air Force member who accused him of not giving him compliments because of his status.
The brawl drew the attention of CSP Godwin Idehai, the Sango-Ota DPO, who interviewed the two of them.
“It was during the interrogation that the police found that Ogundeji is not a military man,” Oyeyemi revealed.
According to him, the police also learned that “Ogundeji was once convicted of impersonation by a court.”
Meanwhile, the State Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, has ordered a complete inquiry into Ogundeji’s prior conduct, according to reports.