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How we sell rustled cattle in trailers from the forest – Notorious bandit, Namarai

Ado Namarai, a known bandit who is presently being held by police in Katsina State, has described how they sell rustled cattle to traders in the forest.

Namarai, who was born in Bugaje village in Jibia LGA of Katsina State, confessed to being engaged in multiple kidnappings, robberies, and cattle rustling, killing five people in the process.

According to Namarai, while narrating how they rustled about 75 cows from a particular village sometimes back when he was paraded along other criminals recently at the Katsina State Police Command Headquarters, he said:

“There was a time we rustled 75 cows from Sabon Layin in Birnin Gwari and I was given eight of the cows. Right there in the forest, we sold the stolen cows to dealers who used to come with trailers to the forest to buy from us. We sell the cows in bulk to them, both big and small at the same rate.

“They pay us then go away and come back late at night to convey them from the forest,” Namarai disclosed.

This must-have informed why Governor Aminu Masari of Katsina State and his other counterparts from the Northwest region issued an executive order banning the movement and transportation of cattle as well as lorries /trucks carrying firewood from forest in the state to other parts of the country with effect from August 31, 2021.

Equally banned is the sale of all animals in some markets in the states as well as sale of petrol in jerrycans at filling stations and conveying of more than three persons in a tricycle.

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