Police to declare Dino wanted

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The Nigeria Police Force (NPF) on Saturday said it would declare Senator Dino Malaye wanted if he fails to appear before a Federal High Court in Lokoja Kogi State on 28th March 2018.

A statement from Police Spokesman ACP Jimoh Moshood said working on intelligence, the Kogi State Police Command personnel and operatives of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad trailed and arrested two suspects, Kabiru Saidu and Nuhu Salisu after a gun battle with the Police team that lasted for some hours on the 19th January, 2018 at Ogojueje in Dekina Local Government Area of Kogi State.

He said “During investigation, they confessed to the various criminal roles they played in the commission of several kidnappings and armed robbery, murder and other violent crimes in different parts of Kogi State for which they have been on the wanted list of the Police for more than two years now.”

He added that, “the gang leader revealed that he and his gang have been working as political thugs for one Alh. Mohammed Audu a politician in the State and that Alh. Mohammed Audu invited him to Abuja and introduced him to Senator Dino Melaye and they met on Airport road, Abuja inside Senator Melaye’s Car in December, 2017.”

Moshood said Kabiru Saidu further confessed to the Police investigative team that Senator Dino Melaye handed over a bag containing firearms; one AK47 rifle, two pump action guns and the sum of N430 thousand to share with his boys.

He said, “The Police conducted investigation into the criminal indictments against Sen. Dino Melaye and Mohammed Audu and discovered that the two of them have case to answer. ”

He said, “The two suspects namely; Kabiru Saidu and Nuhu Salisu were paraded at the Kogi State Command Headquarters, Lokoja on 19th March, 2018.”

‎Moshood recalled that consequent on the confession of criminal offences indicting Senator Dino Melaye by the principal suspect Kabiru Saidu The Nigeria Police Force, sent a letter of investigation activities/invitation dated 2nd March, 2018 addressed to the Senate President, Federal Republic of Nigeria informing and requesting him to release Senator Dino Melaye to report to Commissioner of Police, Kogi State Command on the 7th March, 2018 to answer to criminal offences of Conspiracy and Unlawful Possession of Prohibited Firearmslevelled against him.

He said this is to enable the Police Investigation Team carryout a discreet and thorough investigation into the case. But Senator Dino Melaye refused to honour the Police invitation.

He added that, ” Based on evidence gathered so far in the matter, a case of Criminal Conspiracy and unlawful possession of prohibited firearms was filed by the Nigeria Police Force at Federal High Court Lokoja on 16th March, 2018 against the two principal suspects Kabiru Saidu and Nuhu Salisu, Senator Dino Melaye and Alh. Mohammed Audu.”

He explained that, “But Senator Dino Melaye and Alh. Mohammed Audu refused to appear in court on Tuesday, 20th March, 2018 when the trial was supposed to commence. ”

“This prompted the court to issue a criminal summon on Senator Dino Melaye and Alh. Mohammed Audu to appear in court on Wednesday, 28th March, 2018.

“Sen. Dino Melaye despite the letter sent to the Senate President, refused to honour Police Invitation till date and also refused to appear in court and has also continued to evade the service of criminal summon on him to appear before the Federal High Court, Lokoja on the 28th March, 2018 to answer to the charge of Criminal Conspiracy and unlawful possession of prohibited firearms against him and Mohammed Audu”. he said.

Moshood added, “The Nigeria Police Force is therefore using this medium to advise Senator Dino Melaye and Mohammed Audu in their interest to comply with the order of the court and appear on 28th March, 2018 before Federal High Court, Lokoja to answer to the criminal charges against them.”

He said,”If they continue to be evasive and fail to comply with criminal summon issued on them by the Federal High Court, Lokoja to appear on 28th March, 2018 to answer to the criminal charges ofConspiracy and Unlawful Possession of Prohibited Firearms against them, the Force, will obtain Warrant of Arrest for the arrest of Senator Dino Melaye and Mohammed Audu and will definately declare them wanted throughout the country and on INTERPOL platform for them to be arrested in any country where ever they are sighted and handed over to the Nigeria Police Force for continuation of their trial.”



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