On Saturday, the Kaduna police commanders stated that they had found 61 livestock in the Kwanar-Ugar district on the Buruku-Kaduna road in the Chikum local government area in the state in which it was suspected that he had been abducted.
State Police Commissioner Malam Ahmad Abdurrahaman told reporters in Kadu that on February 27 the police group saw a herd of cattle without a shepherd and suspected that they could be stolen.
He said: “That’s why the police intercepted and delivered the animals to Buruku’s headquarters, so the headquarters would like to inform members of the public whose livestock could be stolen or killed in order to come to command, with evidence of property, so that they could identify him.”
Abdurrahaman also said on February 19 that 453 main service groups, the Nigerian Air Force, Kaduna, produced 57 animals that were caught on February 12.
He said that animals found on suspected bandits included 44 cattle and 13 sheep.
“Of the 57 farm animals, 17 cows were identified by seven owners who met the requirements of the law,” he said.
The police commissioner assured the residents of Kaduna of the main battle to get rid of all forms of crime and protect life and property.
“I urge you to provide useful information to take active measures against the criminals among us,” said Abdurrahaman.