Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters It was earlier reported that the Nasarawa State Police Command arrested one Likita Abubakar who was reportedly conveying fifty three AK-47 Magazines and two hundred and sixty rounds of live ammunition. Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters According to the information gathered, Likita who was apprehended in Akwanga LGA of Nasarawa State, was conveying the ammunition to some communities in Plateau State.
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The man identified as Likita Abubakar is a 35-year-old arms smuggler who was arrested for possessing 53 magazines, over 320 live ammunition, one motorcycle and N38,500 in Nasarawa state. Below is a picture of him;Photo Credit: DAILY POST. Furthermore, Likita Abubakar was said have been arrested by a joint team of the police and the Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC) at Alushi junction in Akwanga, Nasarawa state.
The rate at which insecurity in Nigeria is rising cause a need for alarm. Everyone needs to be worried. In a post made by Sahara Reporters, it was reported that a 35-year-old man, Likita Abubakar, who was conveying 53 AK-47 Magazines and 260 rounds of live ammunition to Plateau has been arrested by police operatives.
A few months ago, President Muhammadu Buhari ordered that anybody seen carrying an AK-47 rifle should be shot on sight by security operatives. There have been few cases where the order has been followed by security operatives, but in several cases, the order has not been followed for some security reasons.
Mixed reactions have trailed the arrest of a 35 years old man in Nassarawa state, the young man was arrested by a joint task force which also had the Nasarawa State Police Command. According to Sahara Reporters, the 35-year-old man, Likita Abubakar was reportedly conveying two hundred and sixty rounds of live ammunition and fifty three AK 47 magazines.
Information from a reliable source reveals that the Police in Nasarawa State arrested a suspected Fulani herder by name Likita Abubakar. The suspected Fulani man was allegedly caught in possession of 53 AK-47 Magazines and 260 rounds of live ammunition. According to the report, the 35-year-old suspected herdsman was arrested in Akwanga local government area of Nasarawa State, he was said to have been conveying the ammunition to some communities in crisis-ravaged Plateau State.
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Photo Credit: Sahara Reporters According to Sahara Reporters, the Nasarawa State Police Command has apprehended a 35-year-old man identified to be Likita Abubakar in Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa State. He was arrested with 53 AK-47 Magazines and 260 rounds of live ammunition which he conveyed on a motorcycle.
A man identified as Likita Abubakar who is 35 years old has been arrested with 53 AK-47 magazines and 260 rounds of live ammunition in Akwanga Local Government Area of Nasarawa State on Saturday. The Nasarawa State Police Command revealed that Likita Abubakar has been on their list for cases involving robbery and kidnapping.
Opinion: Man travelling with 53 AK-47 magazines and 250 live ammunition should be imprisoned if guilty
Likita Abubakar, a 35 years old man who was apprehended by the operatives of Nasarawa State police should be imprisoned if found guilty of the charges against him. The 35 years old man identified as Likita Abubakar has been on the wanted list of the Nasarawa State police and he was successfully apprehended in the Akwanga local government area of the Nasarawa State.
A 35-year-old man identified as Likita Abubakar has been apprehended by operatives of the Nassarawa State Police Command while trying to convey 53 AK-47 magazines and ammunition to Plateau State. Likita was apprehended in Akwanga local government area of Nassarawa State. A police source said: "According to the information issued by the JTF, the suspect was a Fulani herder identified as Likita, heading to the crisis-laden Jos, the capital city of the neighboring state, Plateau"
According to the Nasarawa State Police Command, a 35-year-old man named Abubakar was detained while transporting 53 AK-47 Magazine Guns and 260 rounds of live ammo to an undisclosed location in the state. ASP Ramhan Nansel, the command's Public Relations Officer, said this in an interview with The reporters on Saturday.
Likita Abubakar, a 35-year-old male, was apprehended by the Nasarawa State Police Command with 53 AK-47 magazines and 260 rounds of live ammunition. According to police sources, the guy was transporting the ammo to certain towns in Plateau State, which has been decimated by the conflict.
As reported by Sahara Reporters, the Nasarawa state police command have arrested Likita Abubakar, a 35-year old man who was reportedly transporting 53 AK47 magazines with 260 rounds of live ammunition. Sources confirmed that the suspect was transporting the arms to the crisis ravaged communities in Plateau state.