See How The Medical Doctor Who Took Care Of Bandits Was Arrested

Men of Nigerian Police have arrested a medical practitioner who reportedly had been offering medical services to bandits.

The medical practitioner identified as Abubakar Kamarawa was arrested in Sokoto State while allegedly treating one of the terrorists king pin, Bello Turji of gunshot wound.

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It was learned that the team of police officers launched a massive raid in the state which led to the arrest of the suspected health worker.

Africa investigative Magazine gathered that Bello Turji had earlier sustained a gunshot injury in one of his encounter with combatant squad, but escaped to unknown destination.

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The security operatives, however, raided three local government areas at the eastern part of the state. The local government areas raided was Rabah, Goronyo and Illela.

Reacting to his arrest, Abubakar Kamarawa confessed to the crime, noting that he had rendered medical services to terrorist groups by providing with them drugs and intoxicants.

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“I have been treating bandits, who were injured in a gun battle with security operatives. I have also supplied them with medications, including intoxicants. I treated so many of them.

“Turji wasn’t the first person I treated. I treated him three years ago when he sustained injury on the head,” he said.

Speaking further, he said, “bandits used to come to his shop for treatment and intoxicants, including pentaxocine injections.”

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