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Just as I have said earlier, it's a good news to tell to all Abuja residents that policemen of the state just discovered and arrested 40 suspects who were claimed to have committed criminal offenses, in the Federal Capital Territory, Nigeria. As we go on, I will urge you to follow me up for more updated articles to come. Keep reading, to get the full gist.
Recently, the FCT Police Command reported that it had arrested 40 suspected terrorists in connection with various criminal offenses. This information was specifically disclosed on Sunday, by ASP Mariam Yusuf, The Police Public Relations Officer of the said state, NAN reports.
Furthermore, Mariam Yusuf, the reporter mentioned some of the offences to include: Armed robbery, car snatching, drug peddling, etc.
She also said the suspects were arrested between Feb. 18-24. And that was during patrols along Asokoro, Jabi-Daki Biyu, Manushi, Abaji, and Gwarinoa area.
ASP Mariam Yusuf farther discloses that all the suspects expect the car snatching mob, have been taken to court. Other would also be arraigned upon the conclusion of the Police command's investigations.
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