Police rearrest another Kuje Prison escapee in Katsina
The Police in Katsina State on Friday prevailed with regards to rearresting one more criminal thought to have gotten away from Kuje Prison, Abuja.
The 33-year-old suspect, distinguished as Kamala Lawal, was captured during a police strike of a criminal safe-house in Danmusa Local Government Area
Representative of the state order, SP Gambo Isah, strutted the suspect alongside others at the Force settle on Friday.
As indicated by SP Gambo, the Kuje jail runaway was captured by the Dutsinma DPO and his group in light of trustworthy data.
The associated criminal previously possessed some amount with dried leaves thought to be Indian hemp when the police cinched down on him.
SP Gambo expressed: “In light of trustworthy data, DPO Danmusa, and group completed strikes at thought criminal safe-houses in Danmusa LGA and prevailed with regards to capturing one Kamala Lawal Abubakar, matured 33 years of Unguwar Sale Quarters, Danmusa LGA, a thought outlaw from Kuje jail, Abuja.
“Throughout examination, the suspect admitted to have gotten away from Kuje Prison, Abuja, during the new Kuje escape.
“Suspect will be given over to the Nigerian Correctional Service, for additional fundamental activity.”