Kano Police To Play Football With Repentant Thugs

Muhammed Usaini Gumel, the Commissioner of Police (CP) for Kano State, has said that as part of their resolve to make sure the thugs have repented, the command will arrange a football match between its team and some repentant thugs.
The CP revealed this when it paraded 108 suspects who had been detained for a variety of offences during the last Sallah celebration.
He said, “We will develop a different approach to make sure these thugs are changing their lives and becoming better people. We will even organise sports competitions with them. We will play a football match, and we will play an indoor match.
“Our eyes are now focusing on the emerging thuggery (daba) activities, especially within the Kano metropolis. Going forward on this, we have set out operational strategies with robust intelligence gathering on the early warning signs and our assets are already in place towards surmounting all forms of the underlying crimes and criminality around the state.
“Already, the following identified suspected thugs (‘yan daba) kingpins are by this press conference invited to report at the nearest police station or else will be declared wanted and we will get them arrested at all costs and get them prepared for the full wrath of the law: they are Burakita of Dorayi Karama Quarters; Messi of Kan Tudun Dala; Dan Boss of Dala Makabarta; Ado Runto of Tudun Fulani; Baffa Killer of Mazaunar Tanko Quarters and Kamilu Duna of Adakawa Quarters.
“Others are Chile Mai Doki of Tudun Fulani; Uzaifa of Unguwar Yola Quarters; Hantar Daba of Kwanar Disu Quarters; Bahago of Makabarta Kuka Bulukiya Quarters; Nasiru Naso of Kofar Wambai Quarters; Nazifi Nanaso of Zango Quarters; Sharu Gambo of Sharifai Quarters; Sharu Ali of Sharifai Quarters; Ma’aruf Goma of Hanga Quarters and Zubairu Mai Dala of Yalwa Quarters, Dala.”
Ada Peter
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