Nigeria police place N50m bounty on 2 notorious terrorists 

The police in Katsina state have offered a N50 million reward to anyone who provides vital information that leads to the arrest of two notorious terrorists operating in the state.

Katsina is one of the Nigeria states most affected by terrorism, locally called banditry.

Usman Modi Modi and Jan Kare are two of the notorious terrorists operating in the state, especially around Kankara and Safana, two of the most vulnerable local government areas in the state.

The police said the decision to place the bounty was part of efforts to tackle crime in the state.

“This reward serves as a testament to our dedication to ensuring justice prevails, as the issue of security is a collective responsibility,” Abubakar-Sadik Aliyu, the command’s spokesperson, said.

Communities in Batsari, Kurfi, Kankara, Bakori and Faskari have in the last few days suffered attacks by terrorists. One of the communities, Wurma in Kurfi LGA, were attacked repeatedly last Sunday, Monday and Thursday.  (Premium Times)