Female Crime Buster Reiterate Commitment to Fighting Criminality
By Bashir Hassan Abubakar
A famous female crime fighter and hunter from Adamawa State, Aisha Bakari has reiterated her commitment in checking the incessant kidnapping that has become a nightmare in Northern Nigeria.
Bakari made the resolve today in Kano at a One day Policy Dialogue on security in Northern Nigeria organized by the University of Maiduguri center for….
The crime fighter mentioned that in Adamawa State, where she comes from, the activities of Boko Haram insurgents has drastically reduced but that the current challenge now is that of kidnapping.
Aisha ,who also serves as the national women leader of the Professional Hunters Association of Nigeria disclosed that she and her team members made it their business to go after criminals in their hideouts and rescue victims of kidnap, arrest culprits and hand them over to security agencies.
She said that her frustration most a times is when she sees criminals they handed over to security agencies walking free after few days in detention.
“It pains me to see criminals we have arrested for capital crimes being released by security officials, it is discouraging”, said Aisha.
She further advised government to create employment for youth and to also partner with them in checkmating crime in communities.
She revealed that, come what may, she and her team members will keep going after high profiled criminals until they down their arms and embrace peace within the communities.