The Katsina State Police Command has arrested three repentant bandits identified as Abdullahi Mai-Rafi (43years), Abbas Haruna (34years), and Usman Hassan (50years) for robbery and cattle rustling in the Ingawa Local Government Area of the state.
While speaking with the press, the command's spokesman, Gambo Isah said that the suspects allegedly attacked a herdsman identified as Alhaji Gide Suleiman, on August 11, 2021, at Dammarke forest, in the Ingawa Local Government Area of the state.
According to Gambo Isah, the men rustled 20 cows worth over N7.5 million.
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It could be recalled that some community leaders in Borno State, on Sunday, agreed to welcome some repentant Boko Haram members, who have laid down their weapons, and surrendered to the Nigerian authorities, into their communities.
This decision was made during a stakeholder's meeting organized by the government are of Borno State.
This particular information has attracted a lot of attention as many Nigerians took to the comment box to share their thoughts. The majority is of the view that the state government needs to be very careful when dealing with these bandits, who claimed to have changed from their old ways.
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