Driving force of Kuje, Nyanaya bomb captured

October 14, 2015 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ NEWS and Gossip


Inspector General of Police (IGP), Solomon Arase, yesterday reported the capture of driving forces of the bomb impact in Kuje and Nyanaya, on October, 2 – Abdulazeez Muhazab, 27, and Isiaka Salihu, 25, both locals of Okene, Kogi State.

As indicated by the IGP, the captures thwarted another endeavor by terrorists to embrace another assault on the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).

Arase, who talked amid a meeting with vital police chiefs at the Force Headquarters in Abuja, said the police extraordinary group that captured the suspects at their den, recuperated 12 officially arranged Prime Home Made Explosive (HME), hid in 12 soft beverages can, 28 bits of electric detonators and immense amounts of IED-production materials.

The IGP, while noticing that the suspects were putting forth valuable confession booth expression that would police in its examination and capture of different individuals from the terrorists gathering, guaranteed Nigerians of the determination of the police to guarantee open security.

The IGP additionally talked on the triumphs recorded in the examination of the seizing of Chief Olu Falae, uncovering that five out of the eight persons who partook in the wrongdoing, have been captured and N823, 999, recouped from them.

He gave names of those captured as Abubakar Auta, Idris Lawan, Umar Ibrahim, Mudashiru Muhammed and Bello Tanu, including that they were captured at their alcoves at Ekiti, Ondo and Niger states separately.

He said the suspects who work a statewide hijack ring were captured at their refuges in Niger, Ekiti and Ondo states.

He said the suspects have as of now been taken to Akure where the wrongdoing occurred and would show up in court today.

A police source said the suspects admitted to have moved from Sambisa backwoods which is as of now been shelled by the military who are on an offensive operations in the zon