Kano Police Intercept Two Kidnappers In Military Uniforms, Yahoo Boys And Others | The Guardian Nigeria News
Police yesterday arrested two suspected kidnappers wearing military uniforms in the infamous Falgore Forest in the Tudun Wada local government area of Kano. They also intercepted two cybercriminals specializing in hacking bank accounts and ATM cards as well as issuing fake military ID cards.
Defying suspects at a press conference yesterday at Bompia command headquarters, Kano State Police Commissioner Ahmed Iliyasu revealed that the kidnappers encountered their waterloo when the anti-kidnapping task force Operation puff-adder in Kano has invaded the forest where the criminals are committing their heinous act.
The CP pointed out that apart from those found in military uniforms, officers also tracked and arrested three kidnapping suspects at Zangon Dan Audu Village, Rimi Gado Local Government of Kano State after an intelligence report. . He suggested that the surveillance patrol agents caught Hassan Idris and Abdulrazaq Ahmed. Upon his arrest, the CP said the suspects had successfully defrauded people in order to produce false NECO certificates and fake voter cards.
According to the CP, “following the complaint received from a text of threat of kidnapping of certain members of the public, the agents took action, followed and arrested a Sagir Iliyasu, Rabiu Adamu Alias Sadau and Mukhtar Sani and they all confessed to conspiring to send messages threatening to kidnap a Sani Yahaya and his wife.
Iliyasu suggested that in the past month, officers arrested 61 suspected criminals in connection with acts of violence with 21 different varieties of dangerous weapons. “During a patrol in the local government area of Kwanar Dangora Kiri in Kano, our men also intercepted a golf car driven by a certain Aminu Ibrahim loaded with 11 bags of dry leaves suspected of being Indian hemp in company. of a Nura Dalhatu. The case is under investigation. We also intercepted five suspects for criminal conspiracy and armed robbery. The suspects were arrested for stealing six solar panels and 124 solar batteries from various locations in the state ”.