Vanguard reported that the police received a distress call explaining that kidnappers were operating along Dankusa, Agwan-Zegele-Zuba axis. After they received the call, a joint team of the command and Operation Puff Adder combat team responded to the distress call and promptly arrived at the scene and engaged with the suspects in a gun battle.
The gun battle earned the suspects some injuries. They were said to escaped through the mountains of Dankusa Agwan-Zegele-Zuba axis. But unfortunately, Ambi John, a police inspector attached to the Operation Puff Adder was shot by a Kidnapper. He sustained a fatal injury from the gunshot and was rushed to a hospital. But unfortunately, inspector Ambi John couldn't make it to life. He died in the hospital.
After he heard the news, Senator Shehu Sani took to twitter to send his condolences to his family and the entire police force. Senate Shehu Sani said that Ambi John was a hero, and his family must not be left to suffer.
May his soul rest in peace.
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