How we tackled bandits, kidnappers in Bauchi North forests - Hunter

  Ahmad Muhammad Kwara, a younger brother to the late famous hunter and crime buster, Ali Kwara, says he is following in the footsteps of hi...


Ahmad Muhammad Kwara, a younger brother to the late famous hunter and crime buster, Ali Kwara, says he is following in the footsteps of his brother by collaborating with the Police to clear forests in Bauchi North senatorial district of bandits, kidnappers, armed robbers, cattle rustlers and other criminals.

Kwara, who revealed this during an interaction with journalists, said the move was not only to ensure peace but also to strengthen socio-economic activities in the area.

He informed that after the demise of his late brother, Ali Kwara, the family met and decided that his humanitarian activities, including philanthropy, fighting crimes and criminals, as well as his businesses not be allowed to die with him.

While the deceased son took over his businesses, he as the younger brother was picked by the family to take up the fight against criminals where his brother left off.

“After the death of the famous hunter, the family held a meeting on how to succeed his humanitarian activities in fighting crime and criminality and his businesses. His eldest son, Mohammed Kwara, is overseeing his businesses, while I, his junior brother of the same father and mother, succeeded him in the fight against all forms of crime and criminality.

“In fighting crime and criminality, we agreed to start from home. We entered the forests around our areas and cleared all remnants of bandits, kidnappers, cattle rustlers, armed robbers and other criminals from the forests.

“With the support of Policemen from the Inspector General of Police’s (IGP) office and Bauchi State Police Command, we jointly entered the bush and cleared them and other flashpoints in the area within the last one year when my brother left this world,” Ahmad Kwara informed.

He said the clearance operation was aimed at making sure that bandits, kidnappers and other criminal elements from neighbouring states did not infiltrate forests and any other parts of the senatorial district.

Kwara explained that since he and his team started, they had arrested over 50 criminals who the police prosecuted and are now in jail.

He expressed happiness with the successes recorded through the joint efforts with the police saying, “we are happy today our forests in the northern part of Bauchi State are free from criminal activities.”

Kwara, however, said, having succeeded in tackling crimes and criminals at the home front, he and his team were now ready to extend their operations to other states to help in combating criminal activities.

He said his team was currently working in Katsina State from where he said it would proceed to Zamfara State, adding that soon the team would enter the Lame Burra Game Reserve in Bauchi State.

“We are planning to also carry out a major operation in Lame Burra Game Reserve in Ningi and Toro Local Government Areas of Bauchi State,” he said.

He expressed commitment to contributing his quota to ensuring an end to the current insecurity in the country.

He said, “We are doing our best to mitigate it (insecurity). We are committed and determined to fight bandits, kidnappers and other criminals.”

He then called on Nigerians to supply his team, the police and other security agencies with useful information capable of assisting them to arrest criminals, adding that the people should also support him and others with prayers to succeed in bringing back peace to the land.




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