Categories: News

Kaduna state government to prosecute 41 gangsters

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

Kaduna state government to prosecute 41 gangsters was last modified: July 21st, 2017 by John Saleh Aminu
John Saleh Aminu

John Saleh Aminu is a journalist, foreign policy expert and closet musician. He is a graduate of ABU Zaria. JSA, as he is fondly called, resides in Suleja, Abuja.

Share
Published by
John Saleh Aminu
Tags: elrufaikaduna statesarasuka gangsters

Recent Posts

Niger spends N1.8bn on tertiary institutions in 3 years — Commissioner

The Niger Government says it has expended N1.8 billion on state-owned tertiary institutions in the past three years. The Commissioner…

43 mins ago

Edo Govt. partners British Council on judicial reform

Gov. Godwin Obaseki of Edo says the state government is partnering with British Council on implementation of judiciary reforms. The…

44 mins ago

FG to auction N115 billion bonds on Nov. 21

The Debt Management Office (DMO) says the  Federal Government is to auction by subscription N115 billion worth of bonds on…

48 mins ago

FG committed to ending Boko Haram insurgency – Buhari

The Federal Government on Tuesday reaffirmed its commitment to ending Boko Haram insurgency, saying it would ensure that the menace…

50 mins ago

Israel launches more air strikes in Gaza as Palestinians intensify rocket attack

Israel launched more air strikes on Gaza on Tuesday as Palestinians kept up rocket fire on Israeli territory, in the…

53 mins ago

Austrian court orders release of suspected Russian spy pending trial

A court on Tuesday rejected prosecutors’ request that an Austrian army colonel, suspected of spying for Russia for 26 years,…

1 hour ago