TROOPS of the Nigerian Navy School of Armament Technology, Kachia, Kaduna State on Tuesday paraded 5 suspected cattle rustlers.
The Command additionally exhibited 267 cows and 51 sheep recovered from the 5 suspects whereas responding to a misery name on Saturday, October 26.
Handing over the animals to Kaduna State authorities consistent with the mandate of the native safety known as Operation Yaki on the faculty situated at Km 15, alongside Kachia street, Kaduna, the Commandant, Commodore Tanko Yakubu Pani famous that, problems with rustling and different felony actions like kidnapping and banditry weren’t new within the space, however his command would intensify efforts to make it safer.
He mentioned, “Following a misery name concerning the presence of invading cattle rustlers in Kujama forest on October 26, we deployed troops to hold out scorching pursuit of the criminals. Fortunately, the troop intercepted and recovered 267 cows and arrested 5 cattle rustlers whereas others escaped into the bush.
“We have been in a position to restore sanity in just a few months since my assumption of the Command as Commandant as attested to by the communities and motorists plying Kachia – Kaduna and Kachia – Jere roads. This is remoted case and we might be doing our greatest to consolidate on present successes with out compromise.
“Criminals should know there is no room for them here. We shall continue to locate criminal hideouts and smoke them out.”
He nonetheless appealled to the group to supply credible intelligence to allow the command reply well timed and appropriately to any unrest within the space simply as he promised steady synergy with sister safety businesses of their quest to guard the Nigerian territorial integrity.
Receiving the livestock on behalf of the State Government, Chairman, Kachia Local Council, Mr. Peter Agite, appreciated the command in protecting the world secure and serving to restoration of stolen financial system.
He then known as on locals whose animals have been stolen just lately to come back to the command with concrete show of possession to reclaim them