Surprisingly, one of the hottest waterfronts in the Port Harcourt has experience sudden calmness as one of its resident was arrested by members of the Joint Military Task Force, JTF, for alleged sale of Indian Herm alongside two others dressing in military camouflage at Ibimina Polo Waterfront recently.
The Newswriter source revelaed that the Indian Herm dealer who was identified as Emmanuel was asked by the police to pay the sum of N50,000 before he could granted bail.
One of the culprit who gave his name as Jeminu, a native of Hausa and a pepper seller at the popular Creek Road market told The Newswriter that he had been warned severally against dressing on military camouflage but he turned deaf ears.
Speaking further, Mr. Jeminu said while he was in the Police custody, an officer whom he claimed to be his (Jeminu) brother via telephone chat about his arrest, assured him of his release immediately.
Meanwhile, during the arrest of the said young men, a good number of defaulters escaped through the riverside route.