Operatives attached to Kebbi State Police Command have arrested and paraded Danjuma Adamu from Zariya Kalakala under Koko/Besse local government lured one Aisha Faruku who raped a minor.
Danjuma Adamu reportedly lured the 8-year-old girl to the room of Umar Dauda and forcefully had sex with her after which he gave her 200 and gave same to the owner of the room.
NigeriaCrime.com learned that Danjuma Adamu was paraded alongside 19 other notorious suspects for violent crimes ranging from armed robbery, culpable homicide, and banditry within and outside the state.
Speaking at the parade, held at Kebbi Police Headquarters In Birnin Kebbi, CP Ahmed Magaji Kontagora said the crimes committed by the suspects ranged from armed robbery, culpable homicide, rape and banditry.
According to CP Kontagora, two of the suspects identified as Aliyu Musa from Umara village under Argungu local government and Bello Umar from Bauchi state conspired to rob commuters along Umara Dikko road and barricaded the road with cutlasses and other weapons.
Sequel to receiving, the information, the state operations, tactical squad of the Nigeria police mobilised and arrested the suspects.
In a related development, Danjuma Adamu from Zariya Kalakala under Koko/Besse local government lured 8 years to the room of one Umar Dauda and forcefully had sex with her gave her 200 and gave same to the owner of the room. Both of them are in Police Custody and are being investigated.
Similarly, in Kuraje village under Ngaski local government, Isaac broke into the house of one Bahago and matcheted him with an axe on suspicion of witchcraft, the suspect too confessed to the crime after his arrest and is being detained and investigated.
The CP said all the suspects paraded will be arraigned after the investigations are concluded.
CP Magaji while describing the year under review as eventful for the command, said that despite challenges the police as usual was able to break criminal syndicates terrorising the state and made some arrests such as the ones listed above, he enjoined members of the public to always report crimes to the nearest police stations across the state.