A cache of weapons and ammunition have been recovered from a house in Kaduna, allegedly belonging to an Abuja-based politician, Hon. Hussaini Dei Dei. According to The Vanguard newspaper, six AK 47 rifles; one light machine gun; one tear gas launcher; 27 loaded and17 empty AK 47 magzines; one FN rifle magazine; five sub-machine gun magazines; four pistols magazines; one loaded light machine gun magazine; 275 rounds of 7.62 mm NATO ammunition; 765 rounds of 7.62mm special ammunition; 58 rounds of 9mm ammunition were recovered from the amoury in the politician’s house. Other weapons recovered include 125 pieces of detonator-33; two reels of detonating cords; nine small cans of prepared impoverished explosive devices, IED; one paint can of prepared IED; nine pieces of nine-volt batteries; three bags of white chemical substances; five pieces of remote control switches; one reel of firing cable and six pieces of assorted car number plates. The recovered dangerous weapons were buried inside soak away pits, and underground within the building.
Army Recovers Bombs, AK-47s from Home of Abuja-based Politician
- Published: 105 days ago on March 7, 2013
- By: eternal
- Last Modified: March 7, 2013 @ 9:56 am
- Filed Under: Featured, Headlines, Nigerian News
- Tagged With: Abuja-based Politician, Cache of arms, Nigeria, Nigerian Army