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Six notorious bandits arrested in Katsina

Police in Katsina State have arrested six notorious bandits terrorising Dutsinma Local Government Area of the state, recovering 130 cows along with 225 sheep.

Two die as police, kidnappers clash in Kastina

The Police Command in Katsina State said it killed two notorious kidnappers in Danmusa Local Government Area of the state.

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