Four bandit leaders apologize in Katsina, give up their arms and ammunition (photo)

Four bandit leaders in Katsina state have reproved enrollment of the gathering and have given up their arms and ammunition to the state government.

At a short service today April 8, the ex-outlaw bandit leaders gave up 45 stirred cows, two General Purpose automatic weapons, 24 AK 47 attack rifles, 109 GMPG Ammunition, 95 7.62MM Live Ammunition, among others. It is anyway not satisfactory on the off chance that they were allowed acquittal by the state government.

Katsina state is one of the most exceedingly awful states influenced by the exercises of bandit leaders in the country. Last December, crooks abducted more than 300 students from a young men auxiliary live-in school in Kankara. The young men were delivered inside seven days after fruitful dealings with the hijackers.

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