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The Kaduna State Security Council has announced the arrest of gangsters suspected of attacking innocent citizens with dangerous weapons.

The suspects were arrested in different locations in Zaria and Kaduna by security operatives.The gangsters who are popularly known as ‘Yan Sara-Suka’ or ‘Yan Shara’ are to be prosecuted for causing deaths and injuries.

The Security Council also directed that the suspects be charged with illegal possession of weapons, disturbance of public peace, homicide and unlawful assembly.

Below is the breakdown of the suspects captured in different areas of the state:

Tudun Wada, Zaria:

1. Salisu Abubakar 
2. Kabiru Auwal 
3. Isyaku Ibrahim 
4. Salisu Musa
5. Shamsudeen Ahmed 
6. Mohammed Ibrahim 
7. Ali Tukur

Kabala Doki Area, Kaduna

1. Aliyu Auwal 
2. Abba Yusuf 
3. Sadiq Balarabe
4. Sharif Abdullahi
5. Mustapha Aliyu
6. Bashir Ibrahim
7. Najib Yusuf 
8. Daddy Yusuf

Kawo Area Kaduna

1. Ahmed Abdurasak
2. Ibrahim Hassan 
3. Abdulsalam Mohammed 
4. Umurana Shuaibu
5. Mohammed Ibrahim 
6. Hamisu Umar 
7. Sadiq Ismail 
8. Gadafi Yusuf 
9. Hassan Shuaibu
10. Zailani Magaji
11. Jibril Idris 
12. Mansur Sani
13. Ismail Dahiru 
14. Mukailu Yusuf 
15. Sani Nasiru 
16. Aminu Sanusi
17. Rabiu Musa
18. Umar Tanimu
19. Ibrahim Idris 
20. Mohammed Abdurahaman 
21. Mohammed Abdullahi 
22. Shabale Adamu

The Security Council also named three persons who will be charged and prosecuted for acts related to terrorism and possession of dangerous weapons as follows:

1. Haruna Usman
2. Badiya Garba 
3. Saleem Shuaibu
4. Ashiru Abdullahi


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Updated on September 12, 2018 at 10:15 am