Bauchi State Police command has arrested various suspects including a member of a syndicate suspected of dealings in counterfeit currency. The state commissioner of Police, Garba Baba Umar at a press conference yesterday disclosed that they have recovered counterfeit currency
worth N6 million from the suspect, Rilwanu Ibrahim of ‘Iyale road in Kogi State. He explained that the suspect was arrested by police operatives attached to Toro division following a tip-off. Police commissioner warned the general public to beware of fake currency and urged them to report any suspicious behaviour to the police. In a related development, police detectives attached to Soro Division have arrested suspected kidnappers; Mohammed Adamu and Liti Baiko all of Siri village in Ganjuwa local government area of the state. Meanwhile, the state police command says its attention has been drawn to a purported rumour being peddled by mischief makers that a curfew was imposed in some parts of state. The Police command called on the people of the state to discard such rumours and go about their lawful businesses. Also, the Command has warned mischief makers to desist forthwith as anyone caught spreading falsehood in order to truncate the nascent peace presently enjoyed in the state would be severely dealt with in accordance with the law.