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Nigerian Police Force explains why pictures of suspects were taken separately and merged into one screen

The Nigerian Police Force has provided proof on why it shared a photograph which many Nigerians alleged was “photoshopped”. 

The police in an announcement shared on its official Twitter handle, mentioned the photographs had been taken individually and merged into one display for the seamless understanding of the storyline. 

The arms showcased within the image had been the displays recovered by Police operatives from the suspects.

The tweets learn; 

PHOTOS OF SUSPECTS SHARED ON NPF OFFICIAL HANDLES NOT FALSIFIED The eye of @PoliceNG has been drawn to feedback within the social media erroneously suggesting that the images of the suspects shared on the Police handles on 1st December, 2020 had been falsified.

The Force needs to state categorically that there was completely no misrepresentation or any intention by any means to deceive members of the general public.

To set the report straight, within the case involving one Talatu Ibrahim, feminine, 40years outdated from Shinkafi LGA, Zamfara State from whom six (6) AK49 rifles had been recovered and one different, Duleji Alhaji Abubakar a.k.a Ori jeje who gets arms supplies from her to hold out series of kidnapping and armed theft in Kwara State, the photographs are genuine and true illustration of the suspects and displays.

Nevertheless, the photographs had been taken individually and merged into one display for seamless understanding of the story line. The arms showcased within the image had been the displays recovered by Police operatives from the suspects.

The pictures were taken separately and merged into one screen - Police reacts to allegation of

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