Nigeria has been faced lately with the growing insecurity concerns in the country but at the moment, it seems we are gradually winning in the fight against Insecurity as four bandit leaders have chosen the part of peace by surrendering their arms and ammunition to the Kaduna State government. According to
Four leaders of bandits who have been terrorising people of Katsina State have decided to repent from their activities and have laid down their weapons including two General Purpose Machine Guns, 23 AK-47 rifles and other assorted arms and ammunition, the state police command announced on Thursday, April 8. The four
On Thursday (today) not fewer than four bandit leaders and their followers in Katsina state denounced banditry and surrendered their weapons to the state government.Katsina State Commissioner for Police, CP Sanusi Buba, confirmed this whole while parading the notorious leaders of the bandits.
Following the recent acts of terrorism in the country, especially in the Northern parts of Nigeria; many Nigerians has expressed displeasure to the incidents.
Earlier today, four bandit leaders willingly surrendered their heavy ammunition and weapons after publicly promising never to return to banditry and illegal activities in Kastina State.
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Leaders of four terrorist groups in Katsina State have voluntarily surrendered to the police, along with several weapons and ammunition, as well as stolen cattle.
Four repentant bandit leaders in Katsina State on Thursday gave up an arms catchment that can arm a small Military force to the teeth.The bandit leaders, according to the State Commissioner of Police, CP, Sanusi Buba, voluntarily surrendered to security agents.
In Katsina State, not fewer than 4 bandits leaders disturbing the peace of the State willingly denounced banditry and surrendered their weapons to the police.
Banditry has become one of the major challenges faced in Nigeria at this time and the government is at work to see that the rate of banditry is curbed to its minimum.
4 bandit leaders have voluntarily surrendered to security agencies in Katsina State.The State Commissioner of Police, CP, Sanusi Buba Sanusi, while addressing newsmen gave their names as, Sale Turwa, Mani Turwa, Ado Sarki and Sani Mai-Daji.