48 People Arrested By The Nigerian Police Force For Their Involvement And Indictment In These Crimes
By JonadezSpeaks | self meida writer
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Thursday 25th February, 2021.
Various security agencies in Nigeria have been trying their best to curtail the problem of insecurity ravaging the nation, off course, the Nigerian Police Force is not left out.
The Nigerian Police has taken to its official twitter handle to reveal the recent arrests made by her men.
The Nigerian Police Force revealed that 48 notorious criminal suspect, including 47 male and 1 female, has been arrested by "Operation Puff Adder" which was inaugurated by the Inspector General of Police, M. A Adamu on the 15th of February, 2021.
The Nigerian Police Force, NPF, disclosed that the arrest were made by the operatives of FIB Intelligence Response Team and Special Tactical Squad of the Force attached to the Operation Puff Adder II.
The persons were arrested for their involvement and indictment in crimes which includes; armed robbery, kidnapping, unlawful possession of firearms, and cybercrime/financial fraud in some parts of the country.
A lot of things were recovered which includes AK-47, laptops, phones, POS machines among others. See photos below;
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