WAR AGAINST CRIME: Nigerian parades 66 suspected terrorists, bandits, kidnappers and armed robbers


The Nigerian army has paraded about sixty six (66) suspected terrorists, bandits, kidnappers and armed robbers terrorising Nasarawa, Benue, Kogi, Kaduna, Kwara, Niger, Zamfara and Ekiti States.

Commander 4 special forces Doma , major General Moudey Ali who paraded the suspects in Doma local government area at the forces headquarters warned that tougher times awaits anyone caught perpetrating criminal acts in the country.

The rate of kidnapping, rape, banditry and other criminal activities on a daily basis has become very worrisome in the north – central region of the country, a situation the commander 4 special forces Doma, said is receiving attention.

Ali explained that about 41 out of 66 suspects are members of the Terwase Agwaza (Gana’s) gang who are in the forces net while the other 25 suspects are picked across the north central states.

He said the special forces command was directed by the chief of army staff, Lieutenant general Tukur Buratai to embark on combat operations to end criminal activities in the north central zone.

Ali said 7 of the forces members loss their lives in the operation.

He assured members of the public of the forces commitment in ensuring the safety of lives against criminals in the country.

Ali encouraged the public to provide the special forces with useful information that will aid in the arrest of criminal elements in the zone.


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