Kano police foil attack on APC chairman’s residence

Tee Rasheed
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The Police Command in Kano says it foiled an attempt by suspected thugs to invade the residence of Prince Abdullahi Abbas, Chairman of the state’s chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC). A statement by its spokesman, Mr. Abdullahi Kiyawa, said on Sunday in Kano that on May 31, at around 6 p.m., a distress […]

call was received from the residence of Prince Abdullahi Abbas, reporting a group of armed men attempting to break into the compound. The police immediately dispatched a team of officers to the scene, who were able to disperse the thugs and prevent any further escalation of violence.

According to the statement, no arrests were made at the time, but the police have launched an investigation into the incident and are working to identify and apprehend those responsible. The Police Command assured the public that they are taking the matter very seriously and will do everything in their power to ensure the safety and security of all residents in the state.

Prince Abdullahi Abbas thanked the police for their quick response and urged them to continue to be vigilant in order to prevent any further attacks. He also called on all members of the APC to remain calm and law-abiding, and not to take matters into their own hands.

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