The Kaduna State Security Command has put six suspects in the murder of Agum Adara, Mayvada Galadim at the head of Adara.
Introducing the suspects in his office in Kaduna, director of the SSS, Kaduna team, Mahmoud Ningi said that 20 suspects were involved in the abduction and murder of the first mover.
He said that six were arrested, and the rest generally stated: “Security agencies are on their way.”
He noted that the Service monitors the activities of criminals during the negotiations, but cannot make arrest, because the safety of victims is of paramount importance.
“Immediately the body of Galadim was discovered; The service monitored and arrested six members of the syndicate in different parts of the state, ”he said.
“During the preliminary interrogation, they made confessional statements about their involvement in the crime.
“To Adam Sani, 36 was arrested on October 31, 2018 along the road of Shanono, Rigas, Igabi LGA. He is the mastermind behind the operation. Adamu Saidu, 25, was also arrested on October 31, 2018 in Soba.
He is also noted as a member of Boko Haram.
“Adam Isya, 20, has been involved in a cattle storm for over five years. He was invited to participate in Operation Adam Said. Yusuf Bello, 32, was arrested on October 29, 2018 in Sakwai, Kachia, LGA. He took Sayda and his friends when they planned the operation. Dahir Muhammad Bello, 28, was also arrested on October 29, 2018 with his brother Yusuf Bello. He accommodates the mastermind at any time during his visit.
“Mohammed Aminu is a syndicate supplier; He was arrested on November 5, 2018 and brought operatives to his home in the state of Jos, Plato, where eight local women’s resins were restored. However, because of the jurisdiction, accomplices and reconstructed weapons were transferred to the state command of Plato for further investigation. ”
He assured that the Service would ensure proper prosecution of suspects, while efforts are being made to arrest other gang members.
He appreciated the military and all other security services for the necessary support during all operations.
Recall that the late traditional ruler was abducted on Friday, October 19, 2018, with his wife, which caused violence in Kasuvana Magani, which later spread to some parts of the state.
Then he was later killed by his alleged abductors after a ransom for his release, which caused new violence, despite the deployment of security and a curfew declared in the state.