In its efforts and commitments to clear out sometime armed bandits who did not embrace the peace deal initiative of Zamfara State Government, the Zamfara State Police command has recorded victories against the armed bandits.According to a press release, which was signed by the Zamfara State Police public relations officer, SP Muhammad Shehu, the command has repelled an attack by some suspected armed bandits in Bungudu Local Government Area.
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Please click the following button on the right side of the screen to get more updates and News around the world. What is this Country turning to, every time we keep hearing of bandit gang and gunmen. But we never ask our selves “who is this bandit and gunmen, who are sponsoring them, what is their aim. The latest Nigeria News Include the following. 1. Bandits attack Katsina community, abduct 13-year-old girl. Information gathered that, Bandits on Sunday evening kidnaped a 13-year-old girl, Khadijat Mutaka,
It was a sad day today in Katsina state as a deadly bomb blast was reported which claimed the lives of about 6 children and 5 others severely injured. At first, the report did not really spell out the cause of the blast as security agencies were yet to ascertain if it was a terrorist act or not. As reported by channels TV this evening, the children had picked up a military grenade and were playing with it when it mistakenly went off sending out a deadly blast which erupted, killing 5 of them. The incident occurred
Operatives of Operation Puff Adder, Bayelsa State Command have reportedly arrested the ring leader of the cult group who attacked the Lion of Judah Deliverance Church Azikoro, Yenagoa on Wednesday night 5th August, 2020. The attack on the church and a few residential buildings in Azikoro led to the death of four persons. The gang leader who was arrested on 6 August, 2020, according to the police, later confessed to the crime and took the Police team to a hideout. An AK 47 riffle and 10 rounds of Ammunition allegedly
1. Bayelsa Killings: Police Arrest Cult Group Gang Leader, Recover AK 47. The hoodlums suspected to be cult members that attacked the Lion of Judah Deliverance Church, Azikoro of Bayelsa State have been arrested by the operatives of Operation Puff Adder says Bayelsa State Police Command. During the attack on the church on Wednesday, four victims including a pregnant woman were killed by the cult group. SP Asinim Butswat, the Spokesperson of the Bayelsa State Police Command, said the leader of the gang was arrested
If someone had told Kadade Abdullahi that his blood brother would be the mastermind of his death, he would not believe it. But that was exactly what happened to him on March 21 at around 11:30 p.m., when his younger brother Ibrahim hired some assassins to murder him. According to Ibrahim, who is currently cooling down in police custody, the only crime that Kadade "committed" is that her father trusted him (Kadade) more than he (Ibrahim). The 20-year-old suspect was recently arrested by officers from the Ins
A Nigerian man has recounted how his noble act of kindness to save a dying man was wasted today after his SOS call to the Emergency agency in Lagos state was ignored. According to Twitter user @zaddyDara, he was on his way to work this morning when he saw the bleeding man. He allegedly called the Lagos State Ambulance Service to come to the aid of the dying man. The Twitter user said he was stunned to be returning from work this evening only to see the bleeding man stone cold. He had died as no one ca
A 35 year old man, Ibrahim Lawan, who was Imprisoned by his parents in Kano State has regained freedom after 15 years. He was rescued Dy a Police Medical Team and Operatives of Operation Puff Adder. The victim was removed from the confinement on Sunday, August 16 2020 in Sheka, a community in Unguwar Fulani in Kumbotso Local Government Area of the state. The Public Relations Officer of the Kano State Police Command, Abdullahi Haruna, disclosed that Ibrahim has been moved to the hospital for medical attention
In the local government area of Batsari, the Katsina State Police Command says it has killed eight alleged bandits. This was revealed in a statement on Saturday in Katsina by the Public Relations Officer SP Gambo Isah. He said on August 6th that Operation Puff Adder was led by Batsaris, Divisional Police Officer (DPO) to Zamfarawa village on the grounds that over 40 people were attacked by bandits armed with A.K. 47 rifles. He said that the bandits shot one Shafi'i Suleiman, sixty-five and Yakubu Idris, seventy
Kano State Police arrest 197 terrorists with deadly weapons. At least 197 suspects have been arrested by the Kano State Police, including kidnappers, robbery, car theft and contraband. The suspects were arrested between May 11 and May 15 in different parts of the state. The arrest was made by Operation Puff-Adder. DSP Abdullahi Haruna Kiya, the public relations officer for the military, made this known to reporters on Friday evening. He said this was a significant improvement. He said that of the suspects,
Sanusi Buba KATSINA- The Police in Katsina state have killed two notorious armed bandits and arrested nine other kidnap syndicate terrorising the state. Sanusi Buba, the state Commissioner of Police disclosed this while briefing newsmen on the achievement recorded by his command at it’s headquarters in Katsina. According to him, On 23/04/2020 at about 14:30hrs, a distress call was received that bandits in their numbers, on motorbikes, armed with sophisticated weapons including AK 47 rifles, blocked Ruma �
Abubakar Namaliki, who was a one of the guys that horrifyingly killed Dr. Enoch Okpara, a gynecologist joined to Federal Medical Center in Gusau, the capital. The Zamfara State Police Command captured and marched one among the suspects, The captured suspect said that he was given 5,000 naira by the crooks chief to submit the grim homicide. Tending to newsmen at the state police order on Monday, the state Commissioner of Police, Barrister Usman Nagogo, clarified that the presumed executioner was captured Sunday
On Sunday July 5 of this year, Zamfara State police command confirmed the arrest of a man alleged of killing Dr Enoch Okpara on June 13, this year. Photo credit: The News Nigeria The man named Abubakar Namalika was arrested by a team of Operation Puff Adder around 10 p.m. while he was on another mission to commit another crime. According to the State Commissioner of Police, Mr. Usman Nagogo while addressing newsmen in the state capital on Monday, the suspect had already confessed to the killing of Dr.Enoch Okpara.
The Inspector-General of Police, Mohammed Adamu has deployed 302 Special Forces to Kaduna State. This is coming after Nigerian soldiers deployed to the state killed seven bandits in Birnin Gwari local government area of Kaduna state. The deployed policemen have been mandated to tackle banditry, kidnapping and other related crimes in the state. The troops under the Operation Puff Adder were selected from different units in the Nigerian Police Force. The Kaduna State Commissioner of Police, Umar Muri stated
A 21-year-old man on Wednesday, November 25, told policemen in Kano State how he moved 49 parcels of Indian hemp away from his parents home as he said his father, who had earlier been arrested, had been in the business for 20 years while his mother too used to help the father to sell the product. The man, Kabiru Mahmud, was arrested at Dambare on the outskirts of Kano metropolis after taking the substance away in a tricycle from his parents home in Gandokiya Quarters in Kano metropolis shortly after the arrest
On Saturday the Niger Police Command said it had killed nine bandits terrorising the state's Rafi Local Government Area. It was learned that the hoodlums and a team of men from Operation Puff Adder and local vigilantes were killed during a gun battle between them. The spokesperson for the state police command, Wasiu Abiodun, said the incident occurred about 2.30am on Saturday in Karaya Mahanga and Bakachi villages. He said, "Nine bandits were killed while a furious mob intercepted and lynched the three that
KATSINA – The Police in Katsina State have killed two notorious armed bandits and arrested nine kidnap syndicate groups terrorising the state. Sanusi Buba, the state Commissioner of Police disclosed this while briefing newsmen on the achievement recorded by his command at its headquarters in Katsina. According to him, on April 23, at about 14:30hrs, a distress call was received that bandits in their numbers, on motorbikes, armed with sophisticated weapons including AK 47 rifles, blocked Ruma – Jibia
Crooks on Sunday night stole a 13 - year - old young lady, Khadijat Mutaka, in the Kurfi Local Government Area of Katsina State . Onlookers said the criminals additionally shot and harmed one Ibrahim Yar - Garshe , 30 , during the assault . It was found out that the crooks raged the Kurfi people group around 9 pm in the wake of scaling the encompassing mountains. A security group comprised of Operation Puff Adder apparently defied the scoundrels , who later got away into the shrubbery with the young lady.
The Nasarawa State Police Command has vowed to arrest all the killers of the District Head of Odu Village in Nasarawa Local Government Area, Amos Obere. It was gathered that Obere was murder at his residence on Friday. Police Public Relations Officer of the Command, Nansel Rahman gave the assurance on Sunday while speaking to journalists in Lafia, the state capital. Rahman said the command is investigating the remote and immediate circumstances that led to the ugly incident, saying the police will not leave