A team of policemen from the prestigious Kano State Police Command has successfully demolished a known drug cartel operating in the vicinity of Kwanar Dangora, which is located within the state’s Kiru Local Government Area.
SP Abdullahi Kiyawa, the Public Relations Officer, reported the following information from Kano in a statement issued on Sunday.
On July 18, 2023, around 8:00 p.m., a group of devoted Policemen doing Highway Surveillance Patrol duty near Kwanar Dangora made a noteworthy interception. Their attention was drawn to a Golf series 3 model car, which they felt was being driven recklessly.
The motorist was pursued as they attempted to flee arrest in a quick response from the crew. However, during the pursuit, the driver lost control of the vehicle, causing it to tumble.
The motorist in question was doggedly chased and eventually caught by authorities, in a spectacular turn of events. During the arrest, a startling find was made: seven bundles of dried leaves, thought to be Indian hemp, were recovered.
In a recent development, the Commissioner of Police issued a command for increased surveillance in order to assist additional arrests and examine the supply chain implicated discreetly.
Authorities have enhanced follow-up, strengthened community collaborations, and intelligence-led operations in response to the mandate, all while getting technical assistance.
In a remarkable turn of events, the police’s meticulous efforts have generated favorable consequences. The main suspect, identified as Ladi Peter, a 47-year-old female residing in Angwa Kudandan Nassarawa, located in the Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State, was apprehended right within the confines of her own residence on the fateful day of August 4th, 2023.
Authorities have confiscated 61 bags of compressed dried leaves suspected to be Indian Hemp from the custody of an individual in a shocking event.
It has been revealed that among the items discovered in her possession were not one, but two sets of military uniforms. In addition, red berets, shin guards, and a desert boot were discovered. These discoveries have raised eyebrows and left many people wondering about their relevance.
Two people have now been caught in connection with the aforementioned incident. These suspects have been identified as Umar Saleh, a 38-year-old resident of Unguwan Dosa in Kaduna North Local Government Area, and Ahmad Naheed, a 36-year-old resident of Nassarawa Chikun Local Government Area in Kaduna State. It is worth mentioning that all of the suspects in the crime have admitted their involvement, which represents a huge step forward in the investigation.
In a recent development, the Commissioner of Police, Mohammad Gumel, directed that the investigation be transferred to the Kano state office of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA). This decision is part of ongoing attempts to undertake an extensive investigation into the problem.
CP Gumel issued a severe warning in a forceful declaration, stressing that criminals will find no refuge within the state.
The commanding officer issued a strong warning, announcing that the police force will begin on a series of tough patrols, executing raids on criminal hideouts and targeting infamous black spots around the state.
The authorities have stated unequivocally that they will maintain the current pace of activities until the security and well-being of the state’s esteemed people are fully ensured inside their assigned jurisdiction.
In a recent statement, the spokesman invited locals to come forward with vital information that might aid in the capture of persons engaging in criminal activity in the state.