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  • 2 policemen killed in Niger
  • Minna— Two policemen, an Inspector and a
    Sergeant, have been reportedly killed in Allawa
    village, Shiroro Local Government Area of Niger
    State.
    They were killed on Sunday by criminals based
    in the village when the policemen were on
    official duty to the community.
    It was alleged that some criminals in the area
    had been declared wanted by Niger and Kaduna
    Police Commands.
    Members of the notorious gang, said to be
    headed by a wanted criminal, is allegedly
    responsible for the kidnap of seven persons
    from a Mosque in the village recently.
    After a tip-off, Niger State Police Command,
    Sunday, sent a team to the village to effect the
    arrest of the suspects.
    But they were attacked, with Inspector Alfa Idris
    and Sergeant Joseph Peter, murdered
    Earlier, two members of the gang, linked to the
    kidnap of the seven persons, had been arrested
    by the Police and had given useful information,
    which led the Police to storm the village with a
    five-man team, including the deceased.
    According to a source, immediately the
    policemen arrived the village, members of the
    gang attacked the team.
    Inspector Alfa Idris sustained injuries and was
    rushed to the Kagara Hospital, where he
    allegedly bled to death.
    It was alleged that Inspector Idris bled to death
    after some military men, believed to be from
    “Special Force” stormed the hospital and
    arrested five policemen.
    The hospital staff were alleged to have fled their
    duty posts on sighting the military men, leaving
    Inspector Alfa Idris to bleed to death.
    Spokesman of the state Police Command, DSP
    Bala Elkana, confirmed the story, noting that the
    Nigerian Army authorities in Minna had ordered
    for the release of the other arrested policemen.
    He said investigations on the matter were still
    on, adding that those involved in the act will be
    brought to book.

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