Troops of operation ACCORD arrests suspected kidnappers in Sokoto

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Major General John Eneche, Coordinator of the Defence Media Operations, Defence Headquarters

 By Editor

The troops of Operation ACCORD of the Armed Forces on Monday arrested suspected kidnappers in Garin Arawa of Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State.

The operation was carried out following credible intelligence on the presence of kidnappers in the area and coupled with the Troops recent onslaught against criminal elements in the country.

In a press statement by the coordinator of the Defence Media Operations, Defence Headquarters, Major General John Eneche, the Troops having received such an intelligence report immediately mobilized to the village and made contact with kidnappers. In the course of the encounter, one kidnapper was killed in contact while others escaped with gunshot wounds. Items recovered from the operation, include one AK47 rifle, one magazine and one motorcycle.

Also, troops deployed at Dungun Muazu received a distress call from motorists along Tashan Bawa-Kuyelo road that suspected bandits barricaded the road in an attempt to rob road users. Troops swiftly responded and made contact with robbers. Troop’s superior firepower forced robbers to escape into the bush. Normalcy has since been restored to the general area.

 “Troops deployed at Jibia arrested 2 suspected kidnappers named Malam Ismail Isah and Malam Sale Samaila at Tsembe Kolumbo village in Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State. Suspects are currently in custody for further investigation. In the same vein, one suspected bandit named Bello Ardo from Yargoje town in Kankara Local Government Area of Katsina State was arrested on 16 November 2020 by the gallant troops. The suspect is currently in custody undergoing investigation. 

“The gallant troops have continued to dominate the general area with aggressive patrols to deny bandits freedom of action.

“The Armed Forces of Nigeria will not relent until all enemies of the Nation are neutralised and normalcy is restored to all troubled zones,” the statement concluded.

The troops of Operation ACCORD of the Armed Forces on Monday arrested suspected kidnappers in Garin Arawa of Tangaza Local Government Area of Sokoto State.

The operation was carried out following credible intelligence on the presence of kidnappers in the area and coupled with the Troops recent onslaught against criminal elements in the country.

In a press statement by the coordinator of the Defence Media Operations Defence Headquarters, Major General John Eneche, the Troops having received such an intelligence report immediately mobilized to the village and made contact with kidnappers. In the course of the encounter, one kidnapper was killed in contact while others escaped with gunshot wounds. Items recovered from the operation, include one AK47 rifle, one magazine and one motorcycle.

Also, troops deployed at Dungun Muazu received a distress call from motorists along Tashan Bawa-Kuyelo road that suspected bandits barricaded the road in an attempt to rob road users. Troops swiftly responded and made contact with robbers. Troop’s superior firepower forced robbers to escape into the bush. Normalcy has since been restored to the general area.

 “Troops deployed at Jibia arrested 2 suspected kidnappers named Malam Ismail Isah and Malam Sale Samaila at Tsembe Kolumbo village in Jibia Local Government Area of Katsina State. Suspects are currently in custody for further investigation. In the same vein, one suspected bandit named Bello Ardo from Yargoje town in Kankara Local Government Area of Katsina State was arrested on 16 November 2020 by the gallant troops. The suspect is currently in custody undergoing investigation. 

“The gallant troops have continued to dominate the general area with aggressive patrols to deny bandits freedom of action.

“The Armed Forces of Nigeria will not relent until all enemies of the Nation are neutralised and normalcy is restored to all troubled zones,” the statement concluded.

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