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Police arrest notorious gang leader, 20 others in Zamfara

The Zamfara Police Command has arrested the leader of the notorious criminal gang known as the “Sara-Suka” as well as 20 other members.

Zamfara terror gang leader arrested

Troubled Zamfara state may know peace from now as the Police have arrested leader of notorious criminal gang known as the “Sara-Suka” and 20 other members.

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