Police Recapture Convicts Who Fled Kuje Prison In Niger
Police operatives have recaptured one of the convicts who fled the Medium Security Correctional Centre, Kuje following an attack on the facility by terrorists.
The Police Public Relations Officer in Niger State, Wasiu Abiodun, confirmed the arrest of the suspect identified as Kazeem Murtala in a statement on Monday. CHANNELS reports.
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“In view of the recent attack on the Kuje custodial centre and escape of some inmates, on 9/07/2022 (Saturday) at about 2030hrs, police operatives attached to ‘A’ Division Suleja while on patrol around the General Hospital (in) Suleja down to Bakasi area of Suleja and based on credible intelligence, stormed an identified compound and arrested one Kazeem Murtala aged 54 years,” he said. Information Guide Nigeria
“During interrogation, the inmate confessed that he escaped from the Kuje custodial centre during the attack where he was serving jail term after conviction for an offence he committed, and he has been in the custody for the past two years.” jamb results
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