Police recover N10.1 million, other items from paraded suspects

Police parade kidnap gang responsible for killing four policemen.

Police parade suspects for different crimes before newsmen in Abuja. [Punch]

According to Punch, the suspects were paraded before newsmen in Abuja for various crimes, including -kidnapping, armed robbery and cyber fraud.

Among the suspects was a gang of kidnappers that abducted a Sokoto lawmaker and another group terrorising Abuja-Kaduna Highway.

The police recover a sum of N10.1 million, laptops, riffles, amongst others from the suspects.

Parading the suspects, the force spokesman, DCP Frank Mba, said a kidnap gang which killed four policemen was also nabbed and part of the paraded suspects.

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