The State Commissioner of Police, Chris Ezike, disclosed that the husband was identified as a major supplier of arms to notorious kidnapper, E-Money, who was killed during a gun battle with the police last year.
The Commissioner disclosed that the suspects have confessed to the crime as well as their involvement in the supply of arms and ammunition to some robbers in the southeastern state.
Exhibits recovered from them include 79 pieces of cartridges, 45 rounds of .9 mm live ammunition, 118 rounds of K2 live ammunition, 2 Ak-47 (with empty magazines), 4 pistols, 17 long chief revolver live ammunition.
Others are: 11 pieces of of AK-47 riffles covers, SMG magazine, AK-47 telescope, filling machine, electric shocker, Lar riffle stocking pin, military camouflage, pump action guns, and a double barrel gun.
While the NSCDC personnel denies knowledge of the recovered items in her husband’s bedroom, her husband maintains that he only repairs the guns.