The Bauchi State Police Command has arrested 4 individuals in reference to the 204 reside ammunition present in a constructing at Anguwan Mahaukata space of Bauchi metropolis.

The suspects, together with two home brokers, based on the command’s Police Public Relations Officer, Ahmed Mohammed Wakil, have been arrested on Sunday, 14th February, 2021 at about 18:00hours at Kofar Dumi space of Bauchi by police patrol workforce.

The police spokesman knowledgeable that the 4 suspects arrested have been Muhammed Sanusi; Abba Sa’idu; Yakubu Ahmed and one Sa’idu, all residents of Bauchi.

Wakil, a Superintendent of Police (SP) knowledgeable DAILY POST in a phone interview that the principle suspect who saved the ammunition within the four-bedroom constructing belonging to Hafsat Umaru Tela, was a 50-year-old Adamu Suleiman.

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He added that Suleiman was a tenant within the constructing, including that based mostly on intelligence, police had saved watch on the constructing earlier than it was finally raided to get well the ammunition and different weapons.

The PPRO disclosed that two of the suspects arrested, Muhammed Sanusi and Abba Sa’idu, have been the brokers who introduced the principle suspect, Adamu Suleiman into the home.

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He assured that the police are nonetheless investigating the problem with a view to attending to the roots of the invention of the weapons and ammunition within the constructing, the house owners and the needs for which they have been acquired.

He, due to this fact, referred to as on different brokers to all the time endeavour to analyze tenants renting residences.

DAILY POST experiences that upon the invention of the ammunition and weapons, the state governor, Senator Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed, ordered the speedy demolition of the 4 bed room constructing to function deterrent to others.


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