104 bandits killed by police in Zamfara state

The police mentioned on Friday that 104 bandits have been killed in a particular anti-rustling operation performed in Zamfara State on Thursday. The police mentioned 50 hideouts of the bandits have been additionally destroyed and lots of of stolen cattle and sheep recovered and handed to the house owners.

One police officer was killed through the operation in Birnin Mogaji, Zurmi Native Authorities Space, police spokesperson Jimoh Moshood mentioned in a press release. Birnin Mogaji and surrounding communities have turn out to be an everyday goal of bandits who’ve been enterprise a collection of robberies within the state in recent times.

The bandits usually goal herders for his or her livestock, farms for his or her produce and even kidnap individuals for humongous ransom. Mr Moshood, an performing deputy police commissioner, mentioned law enforcement officials on a patrol in Zurmi LGA have been ambushed by the bandits, however sharply repelled the assaults.

Regular actions have been restored to the communities as of Friday afternoon, the police mentioned. The assault comes as Inspector-Normal Ibrahim Idris despatched Habila Joshak, the deputy inspector-general in command of operations, to supervise police operations in Zamfara State, all largely geared toward checking worsening banditry.

Mr Idris dispatched a contingent of 1,000 law enforcement officials to the state on November 9, underneath Police Joint Intervention Workforce. The crew included seven models of Police Cellular Power (PMF) headed by an assistant police commissioner, Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU), Federal Particular Anti-Theft Squad (FSARS), Police Anti-Bomb (EOD) Squad, and standard law enforcement officials The police mentioned the operation has thus far led to the arrest of 85 suspects, restoration of 27 AK-47 rifles and 52 domestically made, amongst different weapons utilized by the criminals. 200 and sixty-nine cattle, 109 sheep have been recovered and handed over to their house owners.

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  1. Bad news

  2. This is not good

  3. Okay

  4. Regular actions have been restored to the communities as of Friday afternoon, the police mentioned.

  5. Indeed a bad news

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