Police rescue Four Abducted Young Women in Zamfara


The Zamfara State Police Command has rescued four women who were abducted by armed bandits.

Spokesperson of the command, SP Muhammad Shehu, who disclosed this in a statement in Gasau on Saturday, June 26, said the women were abducted three weeks ago in Bilbis village in Tsafe Local Government Area of the state.

“Following directives by the Commissioner of Police in Zamfara, CP Hussaini Rabiu, the command deployed police tactical operatives attached to Operation Restore Peace” to the area with a mandate to rescue the kidnapped women hale and hearty,” he explained.

“In compliance to the directives, on June 25, the operatives worked on credible intelligence that led to the successful rescue of the kidnapped victims. All the victims were medically treated at the hospital and later debriefed by the police before being reunited with their families,” he added.

The PPRO affirmed that efforts are ongoing to arrest perpetrators of the crime in order to face the full wrath of the law.