Police Arrest Masterminds of Benue Killings, names Revealed

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Police Arrest Masterminds of Benue Killings, names Revealed

The police have arrested principal suspects in the unpredictable killings in Benue State.

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According to Vanguard, the four principal suspects were arrested in Tunga town of Nasarawa State between 16 and 19th February 2018 by Intelligence Response Team of the Force.

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A police source told the newspaper that the suspects were nabbed in connection with the killing of Sgt Solomon Dung and other police officers, besides many innocent citizens in Benue State.

The arrest followed the directives of the Inspector General of Police, Ibrahim Idris on the arrest of all persons involved in the killings in Benue State and those in possession of AK47 rifles and other prohibited arms.

The team is being led by the Deputy Inspector General of Police in charge of Operations, Habila Joshak.

The suspects’ names were given as Alhaji Laggi, 40years, mastermind and gang leader of the herdsmen group; Mallam Mumini Abdullahi, 34 years; Muhammed Adamu, 30 years and Ibrahim Sule, 32 years old.

The suspects have confessed to the killings and mentioned gang members in possession of the police rifles they took from the slain police officers and others in possession of arms.

“Serious follow up is in progress in Benue,Taraba and Nasarawa states.

“DIG Operations Who is heading the Operation have addressed the press on behalf of the IGP today In Makurdi Benue State,” the source said.

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