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Homicide: Bauchi Rep Declared Wanted, N1m Bounty Placed

A reward of N1 million has been placed on the Member representing Bauchi Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Yakubu Shehu, as the Nigeria Police Force declared him wanted.

Giving the reason for taking such action, the police said the lawmaker is wanted for criminal conspiracy, causing grievous hurt, disturbance of public peace and culpable homicide.

The police said anyone with useful information that could lead to the arrest of the 45-year-old lawmaker will walk away with the reward.

This information is contained in the Special Police Gazette Bulletin with reference number: CB: 2685/Bsx/VOL.T/4s with the caption: “Wanted”.

On the bulletin, the details of the lawmaker was displayed, including his picture and last known address.

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NIGERIACRIME gathered that the bulletin was from the State Criminal Investigation Department of the Bauchi State Police Command issued by the Authority of the Inspector General of Police, Usman Baba.

The spokesperson of the command, SP Ahmed Wakil, disclosed this with journalists in the state.

“Hon. Yakubu Abdullahi Shehu (Wakilin Birni), ‘m’ 45 years old. Last known address: Off Danjuma Goje street, Makama new extension, Jahun ward, Bauchi Local Government, Bauchi State.

“The above person is hereby declared wanted by the Nigeria Police on CRO Form 5, issued by the Inspector General of Police.

“He is wanted in connection with a case of Criminal Conspiracy, Causing grievous hurt, Inciting Disturbance of Public Peace and Culpable Homicide.

“State Criminal Investigation Department S.C.I.D No.1 refers to this Bulletin and gives details of rewards of one million (1,000,000) naira for the arrest of this person. Issued by the Authority of the Inspector General of Police.

“Anyone with information that could assist in his arrest should please contact; 08151849417 or report at any nearest Police Station,” the bulletin reads.

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