Zamfara: NSCDC arrests 3 suspected vandals, money doubler

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Operatives of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Zamfara State Command have actually apprehended three thought vandals of armoured cables worth N205,000 (Two hundred and five thousand Naira), from Maru Local Government Area of the State.

Parading the suspects before newsmen at the State Command headquarters in Gusau, the State Commandant of the Corps, Mr. A Sparks, who spoke through the Command CDPRO said that the bad guys had actually severally damaged installations belonging to Kaduna Electricity Company, thereby denying the general public the services of electrical power in the Local Government Area.

“And as such, the Corps will not relent in hunting down these type of criminals who are determined on truncating and sabotaging the candid efforts of the Government.

“The suspects, who include Jamilu Mohd 18, Shehu Bashar 18 and Bashir Samaila 22, all confessed to the criminal offense,” he said.

According to the commandant, 2 other suspects, who were charged with criminal conspiracy and unfaithful were likewise apprehended.

He said that they were detained for duplication of phony currency by the operatives of the Corps at Gusau city.

“One Summaya Bara, 35 years, woman, conspired with one Mukhtar Musa, 52 years, to make fake currency for her and she ultimately allegedly provided Mukhtar the amount of 5 hundred thousand Naira (N500000.00) to use for the duplication, to the amount of 3 million naira, via voodoo.

“However, the stated offer of duplication stopped working and the cash provided could not be recovered by Summayya Bara.

“The duo admitted to the crime of money functioning as Mukhtar accepted that he has actually been participating in such act because 1999.

“Exhibit recovered from Mukhtar include assorted spiritual fragrances, 2 white aircraft fabrics,
4 papers in the type of booklets, with ambiguous Arabic signs used for voodoo,” he added.

The state Commandant said that the suspects will be charged to a court of skilled jurisdiction to deal with the law after the conclusion of examinations.