"He Travels From Another Country To Supply Petrol to Bandits by Using a Travelling Bag" -PPRO describes modus operandi of suspect
The Katsina State Command of the Nigerian Police Force has paraded an 18-year-old suspect, Al-Mustapha Kabir, for journeying into Katsina from a neighbouring country to supply litres of Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) to bandits in the state. The Public Relations Officer of the Command, Gambo Isah, narrated Kabir's modus operandi during an interview on AIT News.
The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of the Katsina State Police Command, Gambo Isah, has narrated how a suspect, Abdulazeez Yusuf, was exposed after he and other members of his community were kidnapped by bandits. Gambo made the revelation during the recent parade of 13 suspects apprehended in the state.
The Public Relations Officer of the Katsina State Police Command (PPRO), Gambo Isah, has narrated how a 35-year-old suspect, Suleiman Ibrahim, was rearrested despite standing trial in a High Court in Katsina State. During a recent press briefing, Gambo revealed Suleiman's previous case and the incidents that led to his latest arrest.
The Katsina State Police Command has paraded some suspected bandits and the rescued victims in the state. During the Police parade covered by Channels TV, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) in Katsina state, Gambo Isah, narrated how seven women and three babies were rescued from the suspected bandits.
The Katsina State Police Command has arrested and paraded some suspects over the supply of hard drugs to bandits in the forest. During the police parade, Precious Adeniyi and Chima Precious revealed the roles they played. The Katsina state police command has arrested Hafsat Adamu (the widow of a bandit leader) and her accomplices for supplying hard drugs to bandits in the forests.
Bandits are responsible for some attacks that claimed the lives of many people in the Northern part of Nigeria. It is now clear that they're not only kidnappers but murderers. In this article, we'll be looking at three deadly attacks by bandits that prove that they have declared war on some parts of the north.
Today's Headlines: 6 Arrested For Supplying Bread To Bandits; 11 Bandits Dead, Others Arrested In Kogi
(Photos Credit: Google) Six arrested for supplying bread, petrol to Katsina bandits: Police The police command in Katsina says it has arrested six persons for supplying petrol and bread to bandits. (Photos Credit: People Gazette) The police spokesperson, Gambo Isah, disclosed this in a statement on Tuesday.
(Photos Credit: Google) Police arrest 40-year-old bandits’ informant in Katsina The police command in Katsina has arrested a 40-year-old man suspected to be a bandits’ informant in Faskari Local Government Area (LGA) of the state. (Photos Credit: People Gazette) Gambo Isah, a spokesperson for the command, disclosed this while briefing the press on Friday in Katsina.
The Katsina State Police Command has disclosed that bandits now send their disguised wives to buy them petrol in the town. This is after the security operatives arrested a 25-year-old suspect, named Rashida Hussaini who came out to buy petrol in gallons concealed in sacks and leathers for usage by the bandits in the forest.
The Katsina Police command has arrested a 13-year-old boy, Abdulkarim Mati, for killing two bandits in the forest. The boy was trained by bandits to use AK 47 rifle and he confessed to killing the two elderly bandits because they bullied him. Photo used for illustration photo credit: Google
The Katsina State police command has arrested a suspected gunrunner in Batsari local government area of Katsina state. According to the source, the suspect whose name is Aisha Nura is an indigene of the state and also an indigene of Batsari local government area, is the wife of a renown notorious bandit.
On Friday, September 10, the Police Command of Katsina State paraded a student of one of the tertiary institutions in the state for allegedly kidnapping his 5-year-old cousin and demanding for a N5million naira ransom. Photo credit: Katsina Reporters Gambo Isah, the spokesman for Katsina Police Command, said the victim’s father declined to Vripay the demanded ransom for his son to be released by the bandits.
The Katsina police command claims to have thwarted a potential bandit raid at Layin Minister in the Malumfashi local government region, rescuing scores of cows. The command's spokesperson, Gambo Isah, made the announcement in Katsina on Monday morning. “Bandits on motorbikes, equipped with an AK 47 rifle, blocked a feeder route at Layin Minister, Malumfashi LGA, and kidnapped a 45-year-old man from Tafkin Jege village, Kafur LGA, on July 17, 2021, at about 11:02 p.m.
The Police Command in Katsina state has arrested six person that normally supplies fuel and bread to the bandit in the forest. Mr Gambo Isah who is the Kaduna State Police spokesperson stated this today in a statement. According to him, the six bandit were arrested from different location while trying to deliver the product to the bandit.
Today's Headlines: Government Officials Arrested For Armed Robbery, 3 Lawmakers Escape Assassination
Government officials arrested for armed robbery in Kastina Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters The Katsina State Police Command says it has arrested three repentant bandits for robbery and cattle rustling in the Ingawa Local Government Area of the state. The three repentant bandits are Abdullahi Mai-Rafi, 43; Abbas Haruna, 34; and Usman Hassan, 50.
The victim Identified as Asmalu Dalhatu , was kidnapped in the early hours of Sunday . The gunmen took her away after invading a village called Tafoki village in Faskari local government of Katshina state . Information source : channels Television The vice speaker ,confirmed the abduction of the victim while speaking on channel television , he disclosed that the gunmen invaded the village around 1: 00 a.m on Sunday and moved straight to the village head's residence and kidnapped 2 of his sisters .
3 Repentant Bandits Working With Katsina Govt Has Been Arrested For Armed Robbery & Cattle Rustling.
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.
Following the recent insecurities, and terrorism disturbing some parts of the northern Nigeria, however, the situation has taken a positive turnaround following the arrest of five suspected supplies of fuel to terrorists. According to a statement disclosed by Mr. Gambo Isah, the Katsina Command spokesperson, on Tuesday, he explained that the Command had succeeded in apprehending a 32-year old man from Marcadi, Niger republic, transporting fuel in a Volkswagen Passat vehicle on September 18, 2021.
Tsauwa village, Batsari Local Government Area, Katsina State, Nigeria. was assaulted by highly armed individuals suspected of being bandits, who killed 19 people and set fire to several homes. During the incident, the criminal elements took precious items from the community, according to the news agency, killed some villagers while many other villagers ran for the safety of their lives.
The Katsina police command has arrested a 13-years old boy for killing Two bandits in the forest It was gathered that 13-years Abdulkarim Mati was an errand boy for bandit chief Ardo Nashaware, who lives in Birni, Magaji forest in Zamfara State According to the command's spokesman, Gambo Isah, Abdulkarim fled the forest were he allegedly killed the two bandits and was arrested by officers in his hideout