The man identified as Likita Abubakar is a 35-year-old arms smuggler who was arrested for possessing 53 magazines, over 320 live ammunition, one motorcycle and N38,500 in Nasarawa state. Below is a picture of him;Photo Credit: DAILY POST.
Additionally, Likita was said to have been on the wanted list of the Nasarawa police command for offences ranging from armed robbery to kidnapping.
However, the suspect is currently in the custody of the Akwanga Police Divisional headquarters in Nassawara state and he is currently been interrogated on the previous attacks that his gang members had involved in. Also, the arrest of the suspect is a good news to the people of Plateau state because only God knows the amount of lives that would have been lost if the man was able to get the ammunitions across to Plateau state.
Nevertheless, the arrest of the criminal has also further proved that the current administration of President Muhammadu Buhari is committed to securing lives and properties of Nigerians.
In conclusion, the arrest of the man should also serve as a lesson to all other terrorists carrying out attacks in Plateau state because very soon, they would also be arrested.
What do you think should be done to the bandit arrested for possessing over 320 bullets in which they would use attack Plateau state?
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