The suspect, who was apparently captured following a tip off, was taken to the Force Headquarters in Abuja for cross examination, he included. His words, “We have been commanded by our Abuja office not to remark on the ongoing happenings that prompted the executing of three of our partners, yet interestingly, arrangement of captures have been made by the IRT group. Of later, another suspected grab boss was captured by the group.”
Aside from the grab suspect, a few different people, one of whom was an uncommon consultant to the state government, just as of certain legislators, were said to have been captured by the group regarding the Hamisu Wadume case.
“A few government officials were therefore captured and cross examined by the IRT, and their homes looked,” he said. While a portion of the suspects have allegedly been discharged on bail, “a few others were taken to the Force Headquarters,” together with seized vehicles having a place with the suspects, which the cop portrayed as “their operational vehicles”.
The previous assistant, who was discharged on bail, denied contribution in any crime. He told columnists that he distinguished one of the suspects as one of the young men that had been threatening his home and his water organization in Jalingo, the state capital.
He uncovered that he had revealed the suspect to the Department of State Services (DSS) and the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) in Jalingo severally, including that the suspect subsequently pledged to ensnare him. He expelled the case that he provided the confined suspects with weapons and operational vehicles.