The Katsina State Police Command has arrested three females for allegedly supplying fuel to bandits in the Northern state.
The Police Spokesperson, Gambo Isah reveals that the suspects were arrested on Thursday, along Kastina-Jibia forest.
He added that they were carrying travelling bags where they hid the fuel while pretending to be common travellers.
2 Things Nigeria Police should find out from the three women who are supplying fuel to bandits in Katsina State :
1. Nigeria Police Force should ensure that they demand the whereabouts of the bandits from those arrested. The three women selling fuel to bandits will surely know where the bandits are living and how they operate.
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2. The three women arrested should be asked those that are supplying the bandits foods and other essential needs since the State Government has closed down markets in some areas of the state.
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Recall that Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State, in August ordered the shutting down of some major Katsina highways and markets to tame activities of bandits and other crimes in the state.
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