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Nigerian Amotekun security nab three prison escapees in massive suspects arrests




No less than 67 crime suspects were paraded by the Ondo State Security Network, also known as the Amotekun Corps

Among these suspects were three individuals who had previously escaped from jail, including one who had escaped from detention in Edo State.

The suspects were arrested for various crimes such as kidnapping at different locations across the state during a 24-hour patrol by the security formation.

The Corps Commander revealed that 24 of the suspects were involved in kidnapping, with one suspect named Musa Abubakar from Gombe State claiming he was planning to retire after the operation.

The suspects included individuals involved in illegal possession of firearms, house-breaking, robbery, and murder.

Additionally, the report mentions that some individuals claiming to be hunters from the Northern part of the country were found in the forests where kidnapping activities were taking place.

Governor Lucky Aiyedatiwa ordered that those who could not provide convincing information about themselves be returned to their states.

The Corps Commander emphasized the importance of individuals entering Ondo State having a clear purpose and following the rules and regulations, especially when it comes to activities like hunting in forest reserves.

Overall, the security agencies in Ondo State are committed to tackling criminal activities and ensuring the safety of the people and their property.

Amotekun is a security network in Nigeria, specifically in Ondo State, that aims to address security challenges in the region. The network consists of the Ondo State Security Network, also known as the Amotekun Corps.

They have been involved in operations to combat crimes such as kidnapping, illegal possession of firearms, house-breaking, robbery, and murder.

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