Ten suspects have been arrested by the Federal Capital Territory FCT Abuja, Police Command for armed robbery and drug peddling.
ASP Yusuf Mariam, Police Public Relations Officer PPRO of the Command in a statement on Sunday in Abuja, said the  suspects were arrested  along the Mpape, Kado-Biko and Life-Camp axis of the FCT,  during a routine raid
Amongst the suspects are one Ibrahim Abdulrasheed 26years, Abubakar Rabiu  23years, Abdulmumini Bello 19years, Abubakar Mohammed 20years and Shaban Abubakar all-male and ex-convict  19years arrested by Police Operatives from Mpape Division during a routine raid on Monday, March, 15th, 2021
 The suspects met their Waterloo while attempting to break into a Container, they confessed to being members of a 12-man robbery gang terrorizing Mpape axis.
Exhibits recovered are two cutlasses, two iron cutter, one iron bar, one axe, one rope and a wallet containing counterfeit currency notes.
According to the PPRO, the effort is underway to arrest other members of the gang.
In another related development the Police Operatives from Life-Camp Division on Sunday 14th, March 2021 arrested one Emmanuel Idowu  61years and Ede Chinedu  27years along Dappe, Life-Camp axis during a routine patrol for being in illegal possession of a firearm while one Bright Effiong 37years was arrested with dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp. Exhibits recovered are: one locally made pistol and one unexpended cartridge.
Also, Police Operatives from Gwarinpa Division on  March.15th, 2021 arrested one Musa Bari 20years and Harisu Aminu 18years* for peddling drugs at the Kado-Biko axis of Gwarinpa. Exhibits recovered are: one bottle of DSP syrup with codeine, one bottle of Barcadin Syrup with codeine, one hundred and thirty pieces dizapam tablets, 30 pieces of Hypnox Tablets, five hundred pieces of Valium D5 Tablets, 242 pieces of Exxol Tablets and wraps of dried leaves suspected to be Indian hemp.
She said all the suspects will be arraigned in court upon conclusion of the investigation and that the Command employs residents to report all suspicious movements, emergency or distress, through these numbers: 08032003913, 08061581938, 07057337653 and 08028940883 and to report the conduct of Police Officers, call the Public Complaint Bureau PCB number:09022222352

FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY. The content of this Website is made available by the Nigerian Pilot Newspaper Publisher. This Website seeks to facilitate the dissemination of informative, with engaging, and constructive news about events in Nigerian, Africa, and Globally as they happen. The “Distributor” of this Information are the Nigerian Pilot Newspaper and Nigerian Pilot Tv brands of Dom Communication, LLC.

DISCLAIMER: FAKE NEWS PUBLICATION. This Website NigPilot collects information from several Independent Reporters and may contain unauthenticated and/or copyrighted materials the utilization of which has not generally been explicitly approved or authorized by the copyright proprietor. NigPilot with concern to increase in misleading social media publications, please report any Fake, False, or Misleading News to [email protected] for immediate action.

FAIR USE NOTICE. In accordance with THE LAW, the material on this Website is included for informational and educational purposes. If you wish to use copyrighted material from this site for purposes of your own that go beyond “fair use,” you must obtain permission from the copyright owner or Nigerian Pilot WEBMASTER. For Nigerian Pilot Newspaper Advert Rates Click Here!