Notorious Bandit; Who Terrorized Abuja-Kaduna Highway Got Killed
After due intelligence, the personnel of the Nigeria POlice force has gunned down a notorious bandit who loved terrorizing Kaduna-Abuja Highway. The bandit named Yellow Magaji was gunned down by police operatives in Kaduna.
This was made known in a statement released by the public relations officer of the command, ASP Muhammed Jalige, dated November 27, 2021.
“On the 24th November, 2021 Operatives of the Kaduna Police Command in collaboration with the Federal Intelligence Bureau and Special Tactical Squad Force headquarters, Abuja on the directive of the Commissioner of Police CP Mudassiru Abdullahi psc (+) acted on credible intelligence and raided a facility known as SIR JOE GUEST INN located at NO.8 Sajo Street Unguwan Maigero area of Sabon Tasha in Chikun LGA of Kaduna State where a report of suspected bandits were said to have lodged.
It is instructive to note that Bandits have been terrorizing the Abuja-Kaduna highway for over two years now, which makes the road one of the most dreadful roads in the country at this moment.
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