Police Parade 48 Gangs of Kidnappers and Armed Robbers in Niger State

 Police Parade 48 Gangs of Kidnappers and Armed Robbers in Niger State
The Crime prevention and control strategies adopted by the Nigeria Police Force in the recent time to reduce violent crimes in the country remain unwavering. The efforts of the Force to protect lives and property of all Nigerians across the country and nip in the bud all forms of crimes and criminality has continued to yield positive results.
In addition to the pursuance of the above, the Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim K. Idris, NPM, mni, directives on 21st February, 2018 to the Commissioners of Police and their Supervising Assistant Inspectors General of Police for the commencement of disarmament, mopping up, seizure and recovery from wrong hands; prohibited and other illegal firearms and ammunition, weapons and devices, locally fabricated or modified that can cause death or injury of person(s) is currently ongoing throughout the country.
The above suspects were arrested for crimes such as kidnapping, armed robbery, car snatching, cattle rustling and fabrication of locally made prohibited/illegal firearms. They have confessed to the various criminal roles they played in the commission of the crime. Investigation is ongoing to arrest other members of the gangs still at large. All suspects would be arraigned in court on completion of investigation.
Members of the public whose vehicles were either stolen from where parked or snatched at gun point in the recent times should proceed to the Niger State Police Headquarters for identification and collection with documents of proof of ownership.
The renewed commitment of the Nigeria Police Force to guarantee protection of Lives and Property across the country remains unequivocal.
SUSPECTS
1st Gang – Armed Robbers/Kidnappers
1.      BALA  ALI “26 YRS”  – Gang Leader
2.      ABDULKADIR  SALIHU A.K.A NDA “26 YRS”
3.      ALIYU ABDULLAHI “20 YRS”
4.      MUSTAPHA  MOHAMMED “42 YRS”
5.      IBRAHIM  GARBA “23 YRS”
6.      BELLO  IDRIS “20 YRS”
7.      ADAMU  YAHAYA  “36 YRS”
8.      MOHAMMED  ALIYU “26 YRS”
9.      MUKTAR  ISAH “15 YRS”
10.   YAHAYA  JIBRIN “20 YRS”
2nd Gang – Cattle Rustlers
11.   BASHAR  MOHAMMED “45 YRS”  – Gang Leader
12.   SAIDU  GARBA “36 YRS”
13.   IBRAHIM  MOHAMMED “20 YRS”
14.   USMAN  ABUBAKAR “37 YRS”
15.   AUDU  MOHAMMED “22 YRS”
16.   ISAH SAIDU A.K.A MAITURARE “63 YRS”
17.   SULEIMAN  BARMA “40 YRS”
3rd Gang – Car Snatchers
18.   ABUBAKAR  MOHAMMED “29 YRS” – Gang Leader
19.   ABDULLAHI  ABUBAKAR “32 YRS”
20.   SAIDU  RABIU “29 YRS”
21.   HASHIRU  SHEHU “22 YRS”
22.   MOHAMMED  ALIYU  A.K.A SKY ‘B’      “20 YRS”
23.   MOHAMMED  KABIR “35 YRS”
24.   ABDULJALAL   MOHAMMED “36 YRS”
25.   YAHAYA  JIBRIN  “20 YRS”
26.   MUKTAR  DANSOKOTO  “43 YRS”
27.   ADAMU  MOHAMMED  “20 YRS”
28.   HASSAN  UMAR  “51 YRS”
29.   ABDULLAHI  JIBRIN “25 YRS”
4th Gang – Locally made Prohibited Firearm Fabricating Gang
30.   ABUBAKAR  BABAN MALAM “50 YRS” – Gang Leader
31.   BELLO  USMAN “32 YRS”
32.   VICTOR  MANU “28 YRS”
33.   MOHAMMED  AHMADU “25 YRS”
34.   MOHAMMED  MUHAMMADU “20 YRS”
35.   KIAMAL  ABDULSALAM “50 YRS”
36.   USMAN  WAKILI “35 YRS”
37.   JA’AFARU  YA’U  ADAMU “50 YRS”
38.   ADAMU  MOHAMMED “25 YRS”
39.   YUSUF  IBRAHIM “22 YRS”
5th Gang – Armed Robbers/Kidnappers
40.   MUSA  SANI “33 YRS” – Gang Leader
41.   SABO  SHEHU “24 YRS”
42.   MOHAMMADU  TUKUR “40 YRS”
43.   YAKUBU   HAYATU “23 YRS”
44.   ANTHONY  EMMANUEL  “35 YRS”
6th Gang – Locally made Prohibited Firearm Fabricating Gang
45.   ZAHARADEEN  MOHAMMED    “40 YRS” – Gang Leader
46.   NELSON  BENEDICT “37 YRS”
47.   ABUBAKAAR  ALI “39 YRS”
48.   MICHAEL  APOH “31 YRS”
EXHIBITS
 i.        Thirty Five (35) Exotic Cars
   ii.        Five (5) AK47 Rifles
  iii.        Three (3) Pump Action Guns
  iv.        Two (2) Single Barrel Guns
   v.        Three (3) SMG
Rifles
  vi.        One (1) Revolver Pistol
vii.        Two (2) Locally Made Pistols
viii.        822 Rounds of AK47 ammunition
  ix.        68 9MM ammunition
   x.        Four (4) Live Cartridges.
  xi.        Five (5) Plasma TV Sets
 xii.        One (1) Home Theatre Radio
xiii.        Seven (7) Vehicle Trackers Demobilizes
xiv.        Seven (7) Wrist Watches
xv.        Two (2) Laptops
xvi.        22 Women Wrappers.
xvii.        Four (4) Different Vehicle Number Plates
xviii.        One (1) Standing Fan
xix.        Huge Sums of suspected fake US Dollars equivalent to about N490 Million
vi.        One (1) Revolver Pistol
vii.        Two (2) Locally Made Pistols
viii.        822 Rounds of AK47 ammunition
  ix.        68 9MM ammunition
   x.        Four (4) Live Cartridges.
  xi.        Five (5) Plasma TV Sets
 xii.        One (1) Home Theatre Radio
xiii.        Seven (7) Vehicle Trackers Demobilizes
xiv.        Seven (7) Wrist Watches
xv.        Two (2) Laptops
xvi.        22 Women Wrappers.
xvii.        Four (4) Different Vehicle Number Plates
xviii.        One (1) Standing Fan
xix.        Huge Sums of suspected fake US Dollars equivalent to about N490 Million
The Crime prevention and control strategies adopted by the Nigeria Police Force in the recent time to reduce violent crimes in the country remain unwavering. The efforts of the Force to protect lives and property of all Nigerians across the country and nip in the bud all forms of crimes and criminality has continued to yield positive results.
2.     In addition to the pursuance of the above, the Inspector General of Police, IGP Ibrahim K. Idris, NPM, mni, directives on 21st February, 2018 to the Commissioners of Police and their Supervising Assistant Inspectors General of Police for the commencement of disarmament, mopping up, seizure and recovery from wrong hands; prohibited and other illegal firearms and ammunition, weapons and devices, locally fabricated or modified that can cause death or injury of person(s) is currently ongoing throughout the country.
3.     The above suspects were arrested for crimes such as kidnapping, armed robbery, car snatching, cattle rustling and fabrication of locally made prohibited/illegal firearms. They have confessed to the various criminal roles they played in the commission of the crime. Investigation is ongoing to arrest other members of the gangs still at large. All suspects would be arraigned in court on completion of investigation.
4.     Members of the public whose vehicles were either stolen from where parked or snatched at gun point in the recent times should proceed to the Niger State Police Headquarters for identification and collection with documents of proof of ownership.
5.     The renewed commitment of the Nigeria Police Force to guarantee protection of Lives and Property across the country remains unequivocal.
CSP JIMOH MOSHOOD
FORCE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
FORCE HEADQUARTERS
ABUJA

Kidnapped School Children

Yauri FGC Students, Kebbi
94 days 6 hours 27 minutes 29 seconds,

Baptist School Students, Kaduna
76 days 8 hours 8 minutes 54 seconds

Report By: PRNigeria.com

1 COMMENT

  1. I am her advising the federal government and Nigeria police force to please waste this useless people they should not spear anyone that has hand on this..Good job Nigeria police…Weldon may Almighty Allah guide and protect Nigeria security agency’s succeed in any mission…Ameen

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