How Ex-Gov Bafarawa’s Nephew Sold Military Gun Trucks to Bandits – Report

Musa Mohammed Kamarawa

The Nigeria Police Force is currently investigating grave allegations against a nephew of Alhaji Attahiru Bafarawa, former governor of Sokoto State who was arrested for supplying arms, ammunition, and military kits to bandits.

As per SaharaReporters, the suspect, identified as Musa Mohammed Kamarawa, bought and sold military gun trucks to bandits as well as AK-47 and AK-49 rifles.

His gang, the report said, engaged in kidnapping and burning of houses in Sokoto, Zamfara, Kebbi and Niger states, adding that Kamarawa was currently being detained at the NPF headquarters in Abuja following his arrest by the Special Tactical Squad.

 “The allegations levelled against him include armed robbery, kidnapping, burning of houses in Sokoto, Zamfara, Kebbi and Niger states and illegal possession of firearms like Ak-47, AK-49 and military gun trucks that he buys and sells to terrorists,” the publication quoted an unnamed police source as saying.

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