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Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by ijustdey: 10:20am On Aug 12
By Magaji Isa Hunkuyi,



Many people were said to have been arrested by team of detectives in Ibbi, Taraba State.

Several security agents were deployed to the town following the killing of three policemen and a civilian by soldiers at a checkpoint along Ibbi-Wukari road.

The team it was gathered was hunting for suspected kidnap kingpin Hamisu Wadumi who escaped at the checkpoint where the policemen were killed.

A source in the area told Daily Trust on Sunday that the team was led by Deputy Commissioner of Police (DCP) Abba Kyari.

It was gathered that some of those arrested were taken to a police area command in Wukari while others were taken to Jalingo, the state capital.

More than 15 trucks of soldiers and policemen were said to be deployed in the town to effect the arrests.

It was also gathered that vehicles belonging to the suspected kidnapper were retrieved from his house and other locations in the town by the police.

Ibbi, located by the Bank of River Benue, is said to have been deserted following the killings of the policemen.

The Taraba State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), DSP David Misal could not be reached for comments as his line was switched-off when our reporter called him.



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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by nnaetobi: 11:42am On Aug 12
useless people

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by jessebig: 11:43am On Aug 12
Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Anijay1212(m): 12:46pm On Aug 12
Please i dont want anybody found culpable after investigation to be spared.
They should be lined up at the nearest bar beach/desert and shot at close range.
Nonsence.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by blackmantis: 12:58pm On Aug 12
I pity to those arrested by these red eyed policemen... They will hear it.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by simonlee(m): 1:27pm On Aug 12
In every village, all kidnappers are known!
they are protected by the chiefs who feed of crime proceeds and other villagers who envy and scramble for tips from them.
i have spoken! sad

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by BlackfireX: 1:36pm On Aug 12
Confused circus.




On my way to slap buhari in aso rock

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by JudgeOGBUNABALI(m): 1:48pm On Aug 12
Way to go

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Biritiko: 1:49pm On Aug 12
I don't understand
Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by MobilityExpress: 1:49pm On Aug 12
Nigeria's number 1 detective and exceptional crime fighter DCP Abba Kyari should please be very watchful of the military personnel with him because I don't trust the military division in Taraba again since the Taraba incident. Seems like they are complicit with the kidnapper they rescued and intentionally released, and killing 3 members of the best team of detectives we have in Nigeria. God bless DCP Kyari and his team, God bless the NPF, God bless our Military and God bless Nigeria.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by adoyi8: 1:50pm On Aug 12
No pictures again. rubbish journalism.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Pvssy: 1:52pm On Aug 12
Good one !

God bless The Nigerian Police Force!

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Abalado: 1:56pm On Aug 12
Even the that aboki dpo and the soldier are speaking Hausa language as if an them papa house them they, anyways, why I won't abuse them is that Yoruba mumu way say kilonse na, mowa lenu ise na... Meaning,, what's happening na, am on duty na... Receiving a call I think... Buhari yaf finish najeriya

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by kaen1317: 1:57pm On Aug 12
little by little the truth will come out
Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by RZArecta2(m): 1:57pm On Aug 12
From a precise and surgical arrest of the main suspect to mass arrest of strangers, the common man is always the victim in Nigeria cool

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by BafanaBafana: 1:59pm On Aug 12
Let me finish this meat first
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Shege security operatives! It only requires the right intel and a few policemen to arrest the kidnapper just like they did at first. What they should focus their energy on is fishing out the soldiers who killed policemen and rescued the kidnapper at first and subjecting whoever set them to that task to firing squad.
I remember an interview with a certain tiv militant called Gana where he said he was contracted by some "mallams" to wipe out some communities in Taraba state and how he charged them a billion naira because he needed to settle the army and police in Taraba. This thing is business for these military officers. We will not accept anything less than firing squad for those that collude with criminals.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by JubrinElSudan: 1:59pm On Aug 12
It's a bad thing being a bloody civilian in this country. Killers will kill army/police, they will arrest bloody civilians, Army will keep police, they will still arrest civilians. Imagine police and army teaming up to arrest innocent people

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by stamapro(m): 2:00pm On Aug 12
Doing last, what they should have done first. Shey the military for synergize with the police the first instant to arrest the kidnap kingpin, rather Dem open fire for the police people claiming they were the kidnappers. E get wetin Dem Neva tell us joor for this issue.
Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by MetaPhysical: 2:01pm On Aug 12
Detectives went to Ibi looking for Hamisu. Really, detectives...are they sure? So they grabbed me from home first time and I was set free by intervention on people on my payroll. Do they not know that before they left to come get me a second time my interveners had called ahead and alerted me to their plan. No problem, Im in Cameroon chopping Salah meat. grin grin

Awon end time detectives!

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by DennisEche(m): 2:03pm On Aug 12
Nice one, Abba kyari is fully on ground.
If in hear say hamisu no go fall out..

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Endtimebro: 2:04pm On Aug 12
Hmm
Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Nossa(m): 2:06pm On Aug 12
Soldiers killed police officers and there's a mass arrest of the civilian populace. ANIMALS IN UNIFORM.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by backnbeta(f): 2:10pm On Aug 12
They will arrest all the people in Ibbi, but they will still not arrest the kidnapping alhaji undecided

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by otokx(m): 2:15pm On Aug 12
that Alhaji Hamisu must be arrested alive and charged to court.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by bashir1451(m): 2:15pm On Aug 12
JubrinElSudan:
It's a bad thing being a bloody civilian in this country. Killers will kill army/police, they will arrest bloody civilians, Army will keep police, they will still arrest civilians. Imagine police and army teaming up to arrest innocent people
You think its only Soldiers that are involved in the killing? Any one filmed in that viral video in circulation is a potential suspect. Na through them the real culprits go show face. Na naija way b DAT ooo.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Litmus: 2:15pm On Aug 12
Hope they also arrest some of those Ghoulish voyeurs depicted in that Video arguably defiling the dead bodies of those detectives by snapping photos in a celebratory mood and moving the bodies about mockingly. Several should be easy to apprehend since selfsame video implicate them.


In fact, Nigeria needs a new law specifically for prosecuting people that shoot mobile phone videos of accident victims or people that are caught in helpless situation that could be alleviated by public assistance not public videoing.

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Re: Taraba: Mass Arrest In Ibbi, Vehicles Belonging To Suspect Retrieved by Cityguy: 2:21pm On Aug 12
Hmmm......Wadume no dey house but his cars were at home and must be arrested. Like a relation, he would be forced to come and submit himself to effect their release.

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