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Wanted Abuja Kidnapper, Dahiru Arrested After Wike’s ₦‎20 Million Bounty (PHOTOS)

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The most wanted suspected kidnapper in the Federal Capital Territory, FCT, Dahiru Adamu, has been arrested.

DDM News reports that the development comes barely three days after the FCT Minister, Nyesom Wike, placed a N20 million bounty on him and one Abu Ibrahim.

The two terrorists are said to be causing mayhem in the nation’s capital, kidnapping and killing unsuspecting citizens.

The FCT Police Public Relations Officer, SP Josephine Adeh, confirmed the arrest on Friday.

Wanted Abuja Kidnapper, Dahiru

Wanted Abuja Kidnapper, Dahiru

The PPRO said the suspect was arrested when operatives of the Command raided two kidnappers’ camps bordering Nasarawa and the FCT, via Kuje Area Council, on Thursday.

The suspected kidnapper was said to be the leader of the kidnapping syndicate paraded by the Police Command on Wednesday.


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