Kano NSCDC Arrest Seven Over Alleged Cable Vandalization

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At least seven persons have been arrested in Kano State for allegedly vandalising cables at various locations across the state.

The spokesman for the state Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), DSC Ibrahim Idris Abdullahi, confirmed this while interacting with journalists in Kano on Thursday, September 7, Bahdstreetvibes reports.

Abdullahi explained that the arrest followed intelligence surveillance by the team of the Command and in conjunction with vigilante officials.

He added that investigations into the cases have since been completed, and the suspects will be charged to court with conspiracy, vandalisation as well as receiving stolen property.

Barely two days ago, the NSCDC confirmed the arrest of a syndicate of five for allegedly diverting and adulterating chemical products meant to be used by the federal government to produce subsidized fertilizers for farmers.

Bahdstreetvibes understands that the syndicate were apprehended by the Special Intelligence Squad of the Commandant General NSCDC.

In a statement made available to journalists on Tuesday, the spokesman of the NSCDC, Afolabi Babawale, said the suspects arrested were specialized in the diversion of granular ammonium sulphate, the key raw material in the production of fertilizer.

He noted that the diverted products are property of the Fertilizer Producers and Suppliers Association of Nigeria (FEPSAN) but were diverted, bagged and sold by the saboteurs to buyers and farmers at the rate of 25,900 naira per bag.

“On the 2nd September 2023 at about 1720hrs, the commandant general’s special intelligence squad, acting on a credible intelligence, busted two separate locations; No 3, Dogon Dutse area, Jos North and Kasuwa Kara area, Bukuru all in Jos Plateau State and succeeded in recovering large quantities of diverted bags of Granular Ammonium Sulphate (GAS).

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“The products are meant to be used for the production of fertilizer and to be sold at a subsidized rate to the farmers in the federal government’s bid to sustain the national food security programme and encourage food production in the country,” Babawale narrated.

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