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Again, vigilante nabs suspected motorcycle snatcher at Zuba

The commander of the vigilante in the area, Adamu Alhassan, who disclosed this to our reporter on Saturday, said the suspect was arrested around 6…

The commander of the vigilante in the area, Adamu Alhassan, who disclosed this to our reporter on Saturday, said the suspect was arrested around 6 a.m. after allegedly stealing a motorcycle at Zuba main Motor Park.
He said the owner of the motorcycle had gone to observe Subhi prayer inside a mosque at the motor park, when the suspect came and moved the motorcycle away.
“When the motorcycle owner came out of the mosque and did not see his motorcycle, he rushed to inform us and I mobilised some members of the group, who went and arrested him,’’ he said.
He said the suspect was pushing the motorcycle across an overhead bridge in the town with the aim of destroying its key when his men arrived and arrested him, adding that he was immediately handed over to the palace security guards.
In another incident, six persons were seriously injured in a motor accident that occurred last Thursday morning at Sabon-Gari village, on the Abuja-Lokoja highway.
A witness said the accident happened around 9:47 a.m. when a Sharon bus with registration number AD 639 BWR, had a burst tyre and somersaulted, leaving six passengers with various degrees of injuries.
He said the victims, who sustained injuries from broken windscreen of the bus, were rescued and taken to the hospital by men of the Federal Road Safety Commission (FRSC) that came to the scene.
When contacted, Yangoji unit commander of the FRSC, Austine Chukwudi Okeke, confirmed the accident, saying the victims were taken to Kwali General Hospital.

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