Kano State police secured three affirmed kidnappers yesterday at Sharada quarters in Kano Municipal.
DSP Abdullahi Haruna Kiyawa, the commands spokesman, affirmed the capture in an assertion to the media.
He said the capture followed a report got from an occupant of Kwanar Ganduje, Sharada Phase II Quarters, Kano last month, that he was reached and compromised on the phone to pay the amount of Two Million Naira (N2,000,000:00), any other way, himself or any individual from his family would be abducted.
Kiyawa said after the grievance, the Commissioner of Police, CP. Sama'ila Shu'aibu Dikko, along these lines, raised and educated a group of investigators to follow and capture the guilty party.
He said dependent on sound knowledge and supported subsequent the police prevailed with regards to capturing three suspects; one Salihu Usman of Anguwan Rogo, Jos, Plateau State, Mubarak Aliyu of Duwala region, Jos, Plateau State and Sahibul Husna Auwal of Kwanar Ganduje Sharada Quarters, Kano.
The suspects, nonetheless, admitted to have schemed and sent undermining instant messages to the complainant, requesting the amount of Two Million Naira (N2,000,000:00), they additionally admitted to have recently gathered the amount of One Million Naira (N1,000,000:00) from him.
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