The Katsina State Police Public Relations Officer, a Superintendent of Police, Gambo Isah, made this known.
Author: Juliana Francis
This was as an angry mob on November 27, 2022 lynched a suspected motorcycle thief in a case of jungle justice.
The suspects were arrested by operatives of the Nigeria Police Force Intelligence Response Team for armed robbery and kidnapping
The police spokesman in the state explained that the police got to know about the incident on November 16, 2022.
The distraught mother said she got to know about the untoward development following complaints from her son.
The Kebbi State Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Magaji Kontagora, revealed the crime to newsmen in Birnin-Kebbi.
According to preliminary investigation, the money was removed from Abubakar’s account and moved into different accounts domiciled in different banks.
The police became aware of the incident after Alhaji R. K. Bala reported that the two brothers: Aliyu Usman and Suleiman Abubakar, were shot dead when the gunmen stormed his residence.
Mudasiru Haruna was arrested after he posed as a passenger, hired Aliyu Lawal, a cyclist, to take somewhere.
The suspects: Kabiru Idi, 35, Danhauwa Kalla, 31; and Majami Iliya, 27, were arrested on November 3, 2022.
The Command revealed in a statement that it issued that the suspects specialise in snatching vehicles at gunpoint.
Hussaini Abubakar, 47; Yusha’ Ibrahim, 19; and Abdulmalik Aliyu, 20, were arrested for possession of dried weed.
The State’s Police Public Relations Officer, a Superintendent of Police, Mohammed Shehu, made this known.
The Public Relations Officer of the Police Special Fraud Unit, a Superintendent of Police, Eyitayo Johnson, said this.
The Public Relations Officer of the Police Special Fraud Unit a Superintendent of Police, Eyitayo Johnson, revealed this.
The PSFU spokesman, Superintendent of Police Eyitayo Johnson, made the disclosure in a statement on Saturday.
The company, Made Global Entertainment Limited, was simply stunned speechless on making the discovery.
The spokesman of the SFU made this known in a statement he issued on the ruling of the court on Friday in Lagos State.
The spokesman of the Enugu State Police Command, Daniel Ndukwe, disclosed the development in a statement.
According to report, he would have succeeded in burning his wife but for the intervention of some Good Samaritans.