Notorious Criminal Declared Wanted Resurfaces as Police Trainee: Chile Maidoki’s Surrender

Notorious Criminal Declared Wanted Resurfaces as Police Trainee: Chile Maidoki’s Surrender

Chile Maidoki, a Wanted Criminal, Resurfaces in Police Training: A Surrender Story:

A photograph of the alleged notorious criminal, Nasiru Abdullahi, also known as Chile Maidoki, wearing a police constabulary uniform has emerged on social media.

This revelation comes months after he was declared wanted for his criminal activities.

A Surprising Image Emerges:

In a viral picture shared by Saharareporters, Abdullahi was captured alongside a senior police officer at one of the Police Colleges and Training Schools.

This unexpected photograph has raised questions about his recent involvement with the police force.

Wanted by Kano Command:

Chile Maidoki had been declared wanted by the Kano command, with a reward of N100,000 offered for information leading to his arrest.

Despite this, he was found among the 10,000 police constabularies participating in a six-month-long training program aimed at enhancing community policing across the nation.

Unconventional Surrender:

It’s worth recalling that in a previous statement made by police spokesperson Abdullahi Kiyawa, Abdullahi voluntarily surrendered himself to the commissioner of police.

He was quoted as saying that he had resorted to sleeping “at a burial ground yard in Kano city” to avoid detection by security personnel.

Official Statement on Surrender:

The police’s official statement read, “One of the three notorious wanted criminals named Nasiru Abdullahi, popularly known as Chile Maidoki of Layin Falwaya Kurna Makabarta Quarters Kano has surrendered himself to the Office of the Commissioner of Police, Kano State Command, CP Mohammed Usaini Gumel, upon hearing the declaration of N100,000:00 bounty for his arrest.

A Repentant Criminal:

Chile Maidoki, in his plea to the police and the people of the state, expressed his remorse and readiness to collaborate with the police to promote lasting peace and development in the state.

The police emphasized that he should not be arrested by the police or stigmatized by the public.

Two Others Still Wanted:

The police statement also noted that there were two more individuals with bounties of N100,000 each for clues or information leading to their arrests.

These individuals are Abba Burakita of Dorayi Quarters and Hantar Daba of Kwanar Disu.

Seeking Cooperation from the Public:

The police called upon potential informants with credible information about the whereabouts of these wanted individuals to contact the nearest police station.

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