The Katsina State police command has arrested a suspected gunrunner in Batsari local government area of Katsina state.
According to the source, the suspect whose name is Aisha Nura is an indigene of the state and also an indigene of Batsari local government area, is the wife of a renown notorious bandit. The SP of Police Gambo Isah made the confirmation in the early hours of Friday July 30th. According to him he said the suspect was in possession of 2.4 million naira when she was arrested.
In his statement, he said: " on 25th July, 2021, at about 9 am in the morning, based N a tip, the command succeeded in arresting one Aisha Nura, Female, aged 27 years of Baranda Village, a Fulani settlement at Batsari LGA of Katsina state."
He also added that it was a bad day for her as her suspicious body language was enough to expose her. She was trying to board an Okada motorcycle when she was apprended. During search, a sum of over 2.4 million naira was found on her.
This is a great news for the people of Batsari local government area as this would help in exposing other persons involved in this type of devilish act. The matter of insecurity has already destroyed the sanity of our environment. May God help our security team and personnels.
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