The Niger State Police Command has arrested one Umar Ahmed, 46, of Unguwar Gwari, Suleja for alleged perpetrating cruelty on 15 children in the name of seeking Islamic knowledge in Suleja Local Government Area. The command’s Public Relations Officer, ASP Wasiu Abiodun, disclosed this in a statement on Monday in Minna. Abiodun said on July 18 at about 2pm, acting on a reliable information received, Police Operatives attached to ‘A’ Division, Suleja arrested the suspect for cruelty on the children. A Yaba
This Is What Happened To The 15 Children That Was Rescued By The Police In Niger State Some humans are so evil and heartless, maltreating and brutalizing other peoples children with no mercy. It was reported that the police command in Niger State has rescued 15 Children from Umar Ahmed. According to investigation the children in Almajiri school are been torture and in a bad condition, on daily basis by the perpetrator. Scars was seen all over their body. The 15 children where said to be at the age of 2-10 years
The police have rescued 15 children from an illegal detention centre in a Niger State. The owner of the centre, who ran it in Suleja as an Almajiri school with no fewer than fifteen teenagers – some of them in chains – has been arrested. Umar Ahmed, 46, of Unguwar Gwari, Suleja was arrested July 18 by the Niger State Police Command for allegedly running the illegal centre. The Command’s spokesman, ASP Wasiu Abiodun, said yesterday in Minna that his arrest followed a tip-off that led police officers
The Nigerian state police arrested a 46-year-old Umar Ahmed, for holding around 15 children under inhumane conditions under the guise of the Almajiri school. A spokesman for the command, Wasiu Abiodun, said in a statement in Minnesha on Monday that Division A police officers attached to Sulu had arrested him after the a tip-off from members of the public. One Umar Ahmed's was arrested at around 2 p.m. on July 18. "Investigations have shown that children between the ages of 2 and 10 have been suspected of physical
A middle where the Almajirai are supposedly tormented in dehumanizing conditions has been found in Suleja Local Government Area, Niger State on Monday, July 20, by authorities of the Nigerian Police Force. Niger State: Man captured for supposedly fastening 15 youngsters in Almajirai dungeon In an announcement, Niger State police representative, Wasiu Abiodun, said that the kids were somewhere in the range of two and 10 years old, and were kept by the 46-year-elderly person under the pretense of running an
15 Children were rescued from a torture house, owned and controlled by the suspect whose name is Umar Ahmed. The torture house which is located at Unguwan Gwari, Suleja was raided by the Niger State police command which led to the freeing of the captives and the arrest of the head of the illegal detention. The Torture House is termed to be an 'AlMajiri' which turns out not to be true. Children are chained up in shackles for days, with little or no food to eat. The command's public relations officer, Asp Biodun
The security agencies are trying their possible best to scout and arrest criminals and hoodlums in the country,as we speak the Nigerian police has apprehended one suspect who has a torture house in suleja, Niger state. According to reports, said that the Police officers in Niger state has paraded one suspect identified as Umar Ahmed has been arrested by the Niger State Police Command for supposedly running a "Torment House" in Suleja utilized as Almajiri School with no less than fifteen youngsters as prisoners.
By: Ilobun Donald One Umar Ahmed, 46, of Unguwar Gwari, Suleja has been captured by the Niger State Police Command for supposedly running a "Torment House" in Suleja utilized as Almajiri School with no less than fifteen youngsters as prisoners. The order's Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASP Wasiu Abiodun, who unveiled this, yesterday, in Minna, said on July 18 at about 14:00 hours, following up on solid data got, Police Operatives joined to 'A' Division Suleja captured the suspect for cold-bloodedness on
The Federal Road safety has succesfully cleared one of Nigeria most busy roads. In a statement issued by sector commander Umar Ahmed, titled, ‘Clearance of Obstruction along Lagos-Ibadan Expressway. Many road user had finished thier cross over and where using the road when suddenly, a gas trailer fell around ibafo area of the expressway causing a gridlock. He statement said that that particular area was cleared and there was no more gridlock to delay anybody and that the road is free for normal traffic flow.