Operatives of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, have captured three equipped scoundrels; Adamu Shehu, Tukur Mohammed and Ibrahim Suleiman while they were on an assault mission in Katsina State.
The organization recuperated three AK 47 rifles among other risky things from the bandits.
It additionally captured a substantial weapon producer, Celestine Chidiebere Christian, with an excellent G3 rifle, (78) rounds of life ammo (RLA) of 7.62mm type and five void shells.
The suspect was captured in Benue while attempting to move the hefty weapon and ammo to Jos, Plateau State.
The captures and seizures were made at the NDLEA designated spots in the two states where opiate officials pause and to scan vehicles for illegal drugs.
Speaking when the Benue state order was
At the giving over of the great type G3 rifle and the suspect to the counter opiates body in Abuja, Mohamed Buba Marwa (Retd), the Chief Executive Officer of NDLEA said the body will keep on supporting endeavors by other security offices, particularly the military, to reestablish peace and lawfulness across the country.
“For us at NDLEA, we’ll keep on putting forth a valiant effort with our exceptionally committed officials and men to remove availability to unlawful medications by groups of hoodlums by obstructing the dealing of these psychoactive and psychotropic substances.
“In doing this, we’ll not avoid supplementing the endeavors of other security offices, particularly our military in our aggregate bid to reestablish security and keep law and control in all pieces of the country.
“The three furnished desperados were captured by our officials on the lookout in Malumfashi LGA of Katsina on Thursday fifth August, in transit from Igabi LGA of Kaduna state to Kankara LGA in Katsina for another fiendish mission. A Toyota Corolla vehicle with enrollment number Kaduna TRK 149 AE, three AK 47 rifles with magazines and ammo, various sorts of charms, rings, cash and different things were recuperated from them.
He added that he has coordinated that the suspects be given over to the Army Brigade in Katsina for additional investigation.
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