KATSINA WARNS POLICE AGAINST KIDNAP PRANKS

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 The Katsina State Police Command has cautioned the general population against calls and content taking steps to slaughter or abduct individuals or their family members to recover.

This was contained in an announcement marked by the direction’s Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Gambo Isah, and made accessible to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), on Tuesday in Katsina. “It has gone to the notification of the police that a few people have contrived new strategies of calling or sending instant messages to companions, neighbours, family members or colleagues, professing to be desperados or criminals from the woods.

KATSINA WARNS POLICE AGAINST KIDNAP PRANKS
KATSINA WARNS POLICE AGAINST KIDNAP PRANKS

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“They request that individuals pay them payoff or hazard either themselves or any individual from their families being grabbed.”To this end, the Katsina State Police Command wishes to completely caution that any individual or people captured regarding such offences will be managed as per the arrangements of the law,” he said. He noticed that “Demise by hanging is the discipline for grabbing, under Section 243 of the Katsina State Penal Code as altered.”Guardians are thus instructed to screen exercises with respect to their wards as the law is no respecter of people and any individual got will be made to confront the full fierceness of the law, ” he added. (NAN)

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