The General Officer Commanding 82 Division of the Nigerian Army, Major General Lasisi Adegboye says the Atilogwu UdoI introduced in the South East to flush out criminals has continued to yield positive results.
Major General Adegboye who made this known while addressing journalists in Enugu said security threats in the Zone had been contained through its troops at various camps based in located strategic areas.
On the achievements recorded so far, he announced that the troops of sector five of the exercise last Tuesday arrested one Army impostor, Obinna Madukwe at Nsukka in Enugu State.
Also paraded during the briefing was one Ifeanyi Agbaraenyi who was arrested on Wednesday by the troop at Opi Nsukka.
According to the GOC, the suspect allegedly involved in stealing of electric cables was arrested following a tip off from some members of the community.
Major General Adegboye pointed out that the suspects would be handed over to Police for further investigations.
The GOC therefore urged the public to always report any suspicious movement of persons to the Nigerian Army Emergency Call Up number 193.
In separate interviews the suspects confessed their involvement in the crime.
Items recovered from the Army impostors were fake Nigeria Police Identity and Army cards, twenty six Nigeria Army Emblems, Jack knife, one pair of Desert Camouflage Tshirts, two Camouflages, one mobile phone and sum of forty thousand Naira.
Other items are a fake one thousand note, a Japanese yen and a toy pistol.