Sunza Samuel, a 16- year- old boy, was arrested in Adamawa State for illegally carrying firearms. The juvenile, who is from Dunge village in the Shelleng Local Government Area, was apprehended for possessing a revolver pistol, according to reports.
On October 2, 2021, Samuel was apprehended in Ngurore, a satellite town on the outskirts of Yola, the state capital. Ngurore is well- known for harboring criminal elements such as bandits and kidnapping gangs. DSP Suleiman Nguroje, the state police spokesperson, confirmed the arrest to reporters.
On December 1, the command’ s operatives assigned to the ” anti shilla (criminal gang of teenaged boys/girls) squad” disconnected a criminal network and recovered a large quantity of weeds in a specific hideout located on the remote side of Jambutu.
After commending the operatives for dislodging and reclaiming the public space, the Commissioner of Police, Mohammed Barde, urged all Divisional Police Officers (DPOs) and their supervisory Area Commanders to step up efforts to dislodge the crime network and deny criminals the opportunity to regroup anywhere in the state.
During a police interview, the 16- year- old stated that he was trained by hoodlums in his community. In a shocking development, a poultry farm has taken Hybrid Feeds Limited to court over the sale of poisonous poultry feeds in Ibadan, the capital of Oyo State.
In another news according to the Daily Post, the farm, Redi Foods, purchased allegedly poisoned poultry feeds from Hybrid Feeds last year. However, it was discovered that over 2, 000 birds that consumed the feeds died just a few days later.
The claimant’ s laying birds died as a result of the contaminated feeds, according to tests conducted by a government- approved laboratory.
According to reporters who attended the Court session on Thursday, the claimant dragged the Hybrid Feeds to court for failing to compensate it for the losses incurred.