Police parade 28 suspected kidnappers, armed robbers

Police parade 28 suspected kidnappers, armed robbers

- The force headquarters parades suspects for various crimes

- The weapons recovered from the suspects were listed by the police

- The police say the suspects would soon be charged to court

Days after notorious kidnap kingpin, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, was arrested in Lagos state by the Nigeria police, some suspected kidnappers among other suspects have been paraded at the force headquarters Abuja.

READ ALSO: LIST of Evans the kidnapper's 19 victims, ransom they paid

The police in a statement on Thursday, June 15, stated that the suspects were paraded for allegedly committing various crimes ranging from armed robbery, kidnapping among others.

The police also listed the weapons recovered from the suspects and stated that they would soon be charged to court.

See the list of suspects below and the crimes they were arrested allegedly committing

SUSPECTS:

i. Abubakar Ibrahim ‘M’ 21 years

ii. Basher Shuaibu ‘M’ 23 years

iii. Obinna Samson Ani ‘M’ 37 Years from kaduna state

iv. Kenneth Edeh ‘M’ 35 years and

v. Uchechukwu Anoada ‘M’ 36 years from Lagos state

vi. GyanDabo ‘M’ 29 years

vii. Shuaibu ‘M’ 30 years

viii. Idris Musa Idris ‘M’ 30 years

ix. Dennis Salami ‘M’ aged 33years

x. Umar Mohammed Alia Chairman ‘M’ aged 60 years old

xi. Isah Ibrahim ‘M’ aged 45 years old

xii. Lawali Ibrahim ‘M’ aged 47 years old

xiii. Nasiru Abubakar ‘M’ aged 42 years old

xiv. Murtala A. Ado ‘M’ aged 38 years old

xv. Ahmadu Sale ‘M’ aged years old

xvi. Muhammed Adamu ‘M’

xvii. Muhhamed Abubakar ‘M’

xviii. Umar Ibrahim ‘M’

xix. Mohammed Umar

xx. Umaru Yahaya

xxi. Ibrahim Umar

xxii. Abdullahi Sani ‘M’

xxiii. Abubakar Wada ‘M’

xxiv. Ali Bello AKA Ali Zugange

xxv. Suleiman Muhammed ‘M’ aged 27 years native of Kafaru Bida Niger State

xxvi. Shamsudeen Isa ‘M’ native of Paiko town, Niger State

xxvii. Mingel Saleh ‘M’ 29 years

xxviii. Lawal Shehu ‘M’ of Kwanam Ganuwa of Zamfara state

Days after Evans’ arrest police parades 14 alleged kidnapers, other suspects (photos)

The suspects were 28 in number

EXHIBITS

i. Five (5) AK 47 rifles

ii. Two locally mad e Baretta pistols

iii. AK 47 live ammunition and cartridges

iv. Eighteen (18) locally made rifles of different calibres

v. Twenty Seven (27) rounds of live ammunition

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vi. Twenty (20) rounds of 7.62 mm live ammunition

vii. Five(5) magazines

viii. 50 cattle

CASE 1:- CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY AND ARMED ROBBERY

SUSPECTS:

i. Abubakar Ibrahim ‘M’ 21 years

ii. Basher Shuaibu ‘M’ 23 years

iii. Obinna Samson Ani ‘M’ 37 Years from kaduna state

iv. Kenneth Edeh ‘M’ 35 years and

v. Uchechukwu Anoada ‘M’ 36 years from Lagos state

Days after Evans’ arrest police parades 14 alleged kidnapers, other suspects (photos)

They were arrested for crimes ranging from armed robbery to kidnapping among others

EXHIBITS:

vi. One AK 47 live

vii. two locally made Baretta pistols

viii. AK 47 live ammunition and cartridges

On the 12/05/2017 at 0900hrs, acting on a tip off, team of IGP Special Tactical Squad (STS), intercepted and arrest the following suspects, the suspects conspired within themselves and forcefully broke into Rukayya Blocks Industry at Haudawa Danmaliki Kano, they killed the security guard and made away with one unit of motor vehicle tipper truck with Reg. No. KRV 858 XB. Suspects confessed to the crime, they will soon be charge to Court for prosecution.

CASE 2: CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY AND ARMED ROBBERY

Days after Evans’ arrest police parades 14 alleged kidnapers, other suspects (photos)

The police say the suspects would soon be charged to court

SUSPECTS:

i. Gyan Dabo ‘M’ 29 years

ii. Shuaibu Saidu ‘M’ 30 years.

EXHIBIT:

i. One Peugeot 406 with Reg. No. KMC 540 BF blue incolour.

On the 12/05/2017 at about 2040hrs, a team of IGP STS, intercepted the above suspects who are residents of Jos, Plateau state, were found in possession of robbed vehicle.

CASE 3.CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY THEFT AND RECEIVING STOLEN PROPERTIES

SUSPECTS:

i. Idris Musa Idris ‘M’ 30 years

ii. Dennis Salami ‘M’ aged 33years,

EXHIBITS:

i. 58 different type of handsets including seven pieces of I phone, Black Berry, Samsung valued recovered ten million five hundred thousand naira (10,500,000.00)

On the 07/06/2017 at about 1900hrs, following a direct complain by one Alh. Sharani Hassan ‘M’ of Sani Maidaggi, to IGP STS, the Special Tactical Squad swung into action at sharans investment, Barrack Road Kano, and arrested the above suspects both who are resident of Sahcol Aminu Kano International Airport.

CASE 4: CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY, ARMED ROBBERY,

KIDNAPPING AND UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF PROHIBITED FIRE ARMS

SUSPECTS:

i. Umar Mohammed Alia Chairman ‘M’ aged 60 years old

ii. Isah Ibrahim ‘M’ aged 45 years old

iii. Lawali Ibrahim ‘M’ aged 47 years old

iv. Nasiru Abubakarn ‘M’ aged 42 years old

v. Murtala A. Ado ‘M’ aged 38 years old

vi. Ahmadu Sale ‘M’ aged years old

EXHIBITS:

ix. One AK 47 live

x. two locally made Barette pistols

xi. AK 47 live ammunition and cartridges

In between 14/05/2017 and 04/06/2017, following intelligence report, operatives of the outfit arrested the above suspects, conspired and formed a gang of robbers who carried out robbery attacks in Sokoto state and its environs.

CASE 5: ARMED ROBBERY AND KIDNAPPING

SUSPECTS:

i. MuhammedAdamu ‘M’

ii. MuhhamedAbubakar ‘M’

iii. Umar Ibrahim ‘M’

iv. Mohammed Umar ‘M’

v. UmaruYahaya ‘M’

vi. Ibrahim Umar ‘M’

EXHIBITS:

i. Two (2) AK 47 rifles

ii. Twenty seven (27) rounds of live ammunition

The above suspects were arrested on 17/04/2017 at about 0700hrs, based on intelligence report received by Police operatives at Lokoja Kogi state; they were arrested and confessed to be armed robbers and kidnappers.

CASE 6: CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY ARMED ROBBERY AND KIDNAPPING

Days after Evans’ arrest police parades 14 alleged kidnapers, other suspects (photos)

Some dangerous weapons were recovered from the suspects

SUSPECTS:

i. Abdullahi Sani ‘M’

ii. Abubakar Wada ‘M’

EXHIBITS:

i. One (1) AK 47 rifle

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ii. 20 rounds of 7.62 mm live ammunition

On 10 June, 2017 at about 23:3hrs, acting on credible information, undercover operatives from the outfit trailed and arrested the above suspect, they conspired to attack and rob one Inspr Sanda Kudu attached to Kaduna State Police Command on 16th May, 2017, on interrogation the suspects confessed to series of kidnappings androbberies. They further confessed to three others AK 47 rifles used during their armed robbery operations, effort is ongoing towards the arrest of the fled suspects and possible the recovery of the remaining three AK 47 rifles in their possession.

CASE 7: CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY, CATTLE RUSTLING/ARMED ROBBERY AND UNLAWFUL POSSESSION OF PROHIBITED FIRE ARMS

SUSPECT:

i. Ali Bello AKA Ali Zugange

EXHIBITS:

xii. one AK 47 rifle

xiii. one empty magazine

xiv. 50 Cattle

On the 20th May, 2017 at about 1630hrs, following an intelligence received by Commander IGP STS/TIU ACP Yusuf Kolo, a team of operatives Led by ASP Hassan Gimba attached to STS FHQ Abuja, arrested the above notorious armed robber, kidnapper and cattle rustler, the suspect confessed to be among seventeen armed robbery gang terrorizing Niger, Kaduna, Abuja and kogi state.

CASE 8.CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY AND ARMED ROBBERY

SUSPECT:

i. Suleiman Muhammed ‘M’ aged 27 years native of Kafaru Bida Niger State

On the 17th May 2017, at about 1300hrs, at Karafu forest bida Niger state, suspect was arrested and confessed that his syndicates while five at large are terrorizing Bida Minna road, he further confessed to the killing of one Altine and Njelbe of Korafo village.

CASE9: THEFT OF MOTOR CYCLE

SUSPECT:

i. Shamsudeen Isa ‘M’ native of Paiko town, Niger State

Based on tip off, on 03/06/2017 at about 1700hrs at Paiko town the above suspect was arrested with a stolen Bajaj motor cycle. During interrogation he confessed to have stolen another two motor cycles and mentioned his criminal receiver who is now at large

CASE 10: CRIMINAL CONSPIRACY AND KIDNAPPING

SUSPECTS:

I. Mingel Saleh ‘M’ 29 years

On tip off, the above suspect who confessed to series of kidnapping teenagerswithin Abuja and admitted to have collected a total sum of ten million naira as ransom in which one million naira was given to him. Other members of his gang are still at large.

CASE 11. ARMS DEALING AND ILLEGAL POSSESION

OF PROHIBITED FIRE ARMS

SUSPECT:

i. Lawal Shehu ‘M’ of Kwanam Ganuwa of Zamfara state

EXHIBITS:

i. Eighteen (18) locally made rifles of different calibers

On the 16/04/2017 at about 1400hrs, acting on a tip off, operatives of the Technical intelligence Unit (TIU) and the Special Tactical Squad trailed and arrested the above suspect at karatu area of Niger state and exhibits mentioned therein were recovered in his possession. The suspect confessed to the crime and mentioned other members of his gang.Investigation is being intensified to arrest the fleeing members of the gang.

All the arrested suspects will be charge to court on completion of investigations. The Nigeria Police Force is using this medium to further solicit for the cooperation of members of public at giving useful and timely information and also report any suspicious person or persons at the nearest police station.

Meanwhile, the mother of notorious kidnap kingpin, Chukwudubem Onwuamadike, popularly called Evans, has reportedly gone into hiding.

NAIJ.com gathered that the billionaire kidnapper was last Saturday June 10 arrested by operatives of the Inspector General of Police’ Intelligence Response Team, IRT.

The mother of the criminal, popularly known as Lady Nwosu, is reportedly in hiding to avoid the crowd besieging her Umudim, Nnewi home in Anambra state.

The social media was awash with news about a northern group asking Igbos to quit their region within three months. The Kaduna state governor, Mallam Nasir El-Rufai, has since reacted to this report. Nigerians have also kept representing us very well outside the country.

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Source: Naij.com

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