Police Declare Bauchi Lawmaker Wanted, Place N1M Bounty
The Nigeria Police Force has declared the member representing Bauchi Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Yakubu Shehu, wanted.
The police announced a N1m reward for anyone with useful information that could lead to his arrest.
According to the police, the 45-year-old lawmaker is wanted for criminal conspiracy, causing grievous hurt, disturbance of public peace and culpable homicide.
This was contained in the Special Police Gazette Bulletin with Reference Number: CB: 2685/Bsx/VOL.T/4s with the caption: “wanted”.
It was shared with journalists by the Police Public Relations Officer, Ahmed Wakil.
“Honourable Yakubu Abdullahi Shehu (Wakilin Birni), ‘m’ 45 years old. Last known address: Off Danjuma Goje Street, Makama New Extension, Jahun ward, Bauchi Local Government, Bauchi State.
“The above person is hereby declared wanted by the Nigeria Police on CRO Form 5, issued by the Inspector-General of Police.
“He is wanted in connection with a case of criminal conspiracy, causing grievous hurt, inciting disturbance of public peace and culpable homicide.
“Anyone with information that could assist in his arrest should please contact; 08151849417 or report at any nearest police station “the bulletin read.
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