The Nigerian Police Force reports the arrest of 50 suspected hardened criminals who are members of various notorious criminal gangs and networks across the country, recovery of 10 sophisticated firearms, 2496 AK-47 live ammunition, tramadol drugs worth over three (3) million naira, 2 laptops and 8 phones and other things.
This report is made available through the verified Twitter handle of The Nigeria Police Force this Tuesday night. The report revealed that the police operatives of Operation Puff Adder II bust the violent criminal network, arms and drug supply chain. Below are is the full report.
This is one of the greatest victory that the Niageria Police Department has recorded in her war against bandts and various types of criminals disturbing the peace of the citizens.
This is a job well done by the Nigerian Police Department. Let's keep praying that God may protect their lives especially in this period when bandits are ravaging many areas.
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