The Kano state Police command have arrested 13 Edo State indigenes in Kano for carrying fake Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) passports as they tried traveling to Libya from Nigeria through illegal routes. Those arrested included 4 women and 9 men. The State police commissioner, Musa Katsina paraded the men and women at the state police command during a visit by the state governor, Abdullahi Umar Ganduje, yesterday February 23rd…
The suspects, including four ladies, were captured in Kano by police on their approach to Libya, with fake Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) identifications.
State police commissioner, Musa Katsina educated Governor Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje of this amid an extraordinary visit to the State police order.
The Govenor was stunned to see the youthful and lively youth leading such a mission. Encouraging the police commissioner to help out the wellbeing and security of the state and the country when all is said in done.
At the point when asked amid the visit by the Govenor the youngsters affirmed that they were headed to Libya in transit Kano.
By police magistrate an aggregate number or 1068 containers of unregistered inebriating drugs assessed at N600,000,000 were caught by the order.
“A substantial amount of cocaine powder with evaluated estimation of N2b, 32 packs and 532 packages of Indian hemp esteemed at N2.5m were additionally caught by this summon, ” Mr. Katsina uncovers.
In every one of the 45 suspects were captured, with 8 guns, 23 engine vehicles, 250 sacks of rice, 43 cruisers, 13 universal identifications, 41 bovines, 12 goats, and 7 sheep were among the things recouped
Aside from the properties, creatures and medications recuperated, there were N13,782,000 that were shown as displays.
Amid his discourse Governor Ganduje further communicated his disappointment over the way courts handle criminal instances of such size, deploring that, “this time around we will investigate every one of these cases. We will gather every one of their names and will take after the case in courts. ”