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In Bauchi, police defeat 67 kidnappers and free 29 captives.



On Monday, Bauchi State Governor Bala Mohammed reported that security personnel had killed 60 alleged kidnappers and freed 29 captives in the state’s Tafawa Balewa Local Government Area.

This was said by Mohammed during a sympathetic visit to the bandit-attacked Lere community.


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He said that the police, vigilantes, and hunters worked together to accomplish the achievement.


“I’m here to congratulate you, thank you on behalf of the Bauchi State government and people, and to say that what you did shown bravery, perseverance, character, and community involvement.

Additionally, he stated, “I want to congratulate the Commissioner of Police and other security services for guaranteeing the rule of engagement in this exercise and for stamping an authority over it. I will continue to support you.


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The governor reiterated his administration’s commitment to safeguarding people’s lives and property in the state, claiming that the level of insecurity in the state had grown alarming.


Mohammed also gave local security organizations 30 motorcycles and N10 million.

Additionally, the state’s police commissioner, Mr. Awwal Muhammad, stated that the Command would improve coordination with sister security organizations to guarantee a society free from crime.


He claimed that security personnel neutralized the bandits and freed some captives, ensuring the release of the remaining abducted people.

Alhaji Jamilu Bawa, the Ward Head of the Lere community, also spoke and praised the act, saying the vigilante would chase away kidnappers and other criminals from the region.


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