Federal Capital Territory command of the Nigerian police has assured that it will continue to strengthen the security arrangement in all schools within the territory.
The police also enjoined parents and guardians to be vigilant and pay more attention to the way and manner their children and wards are being taken to schools and how they are brought back home.
FCT Commissioner of Police, Mr. Wilson Inalegwu stated this at the command headquarters, Garki while parading two principal suspected kidnappers of an eight-year-old boy who was abducted on March 11.
The FCT police chief advised school authorities to go a step further and work together with the parents to ensure adequate safety for their pupils and students.
He said, “I therefore wish to assure that the FCT police command will continue to work with stakeholders in the school administration in the FCT to further strengthen the security arrangement already in place by the FCTA for the safety and security of pupils and students in all schools throughout the FCT, Abuja.
Speaking on the abduction of the boy, CP Inalegwu said, working on clues and other intelligent leads gathered during the cause of investigation, two suspects namely Jeremiah Danjuma and James Emmanuel were trailed and arrested in Masaka and Auta Balefi in Nasarawa State.
He said during interrogation, the suspects confessed to the offence and that the principal suspect, Jeremiah Danjuma, an electrical apprentice to the other suspect, James Emmanuel, confessed to the police how he masterminded the kidnapping and how the ransom money was shared between the two of them.
“I am happy to inform you that the victim was rescued safely and the ransom money was recovered and handed over to the father of the victim. The suspects will be arraigned in court on completion of investigation.
The police also paraded some notorious ‘one chance’ suspect as well as money doublers.

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