How Troops Burst Weapon Manufacturing Factory In Plateau, Recover Cache Of Arms And Ammunition

Date: 15-02-2024 10:18 am (3 months ago) | Author: onuigbo felicia
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A weapon manufacturing factory in Plateau, has been intercepted by Troops of Operation Safe Haven who recovered a cache of arms and ammunition.

The Nigerian Army disclosed this in a statement on Wednesday, February 14, 2024.
 
According to the statement, one suspect, Tapshak Plangji, was arrested during the operation while the alleged owner of the facility identified as Nuhu Meshack is currently at large
 
“In its determination to clear troubled regions of Plateau State from criminal activities, Troops of Operation SAFE HAVEN under HAKORIN DAMISA IV during a clearance operations on rugged mountainous terrain discovered an isolated structure which turned out to be a weapons fabrication factory situated on a high ground in Pakachi Village, Mangu Local Government Area of Plateau State,” the statement read.
     
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"During the operation, a significant number of illicit firearms and related equipment were recovered and one suspect was apprehended.
     
"The operation resulted in the arrest of Mr. Tapshak Plangji, a 25-year-old male, suspected to be involved in the illegal activities at the factory.
     
“The alleged owner of the facility, Mr. Nuhu Meshack, is currently at large and efforts are underway to bring him to justice.”

Items recovered from the facility include:

- 5 AK 47 Rifles

- 4 AK 47 Magazines

- 11 Rounds of 7.62mm Ammunition

- 5 Rounds of 9mm Ammunition

- 21 Dane Guns

- 4 Revolver Rifles

- 11 Pistols with 5 Magazines

- 17 Gun Barrels

- 6 Rounds of 0.44 Inch Ammunition

- A Carbide Cylinder with Accessories

- 3 Saws

- 12 Filing Machines

- 4 Hammers

- 6 Manual Drilling Machines

- 2 Electrically Operated Filling Machines

- 2 G-Clamps

- One Spraying Machine

- One Tiger Generator

- Assorted Drilling Irons

"The suspect, Mr. Plangji, along with the recovered rifles and other items, are currently in the custody of the troops for further investigation.
     
"The successful operation is a testament to the commitment of the troops in collaboration with other security agencies in the fight against illegal arms proliferation and criminal activities within our communities.
     
“It also underscores the importance of collaborative efforts between security agencies and local communities in safeguarding our nation from threats posed by illicit arms production and trafficking.”





Posted: at 15-02-2024 10:18 AM (3 months ago) | Addicted Hero
- fineboy77 at 15-02-2024 11:10 AM (3 months ago)
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Kill everybody

Posted: at 15-02-2024 11:10 AM (3 months ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Holopid at 15-02-2024 02:36 PM (3 months ago)
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 Can u imagine....Weapon manufacturing company   Huh?
anyways good Job Security operatives Smiley
Posted: at 15-02-2024 02:36 PM (3 months ago) | Gistmaniac
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- kp45 at 15-02-2024 09:50 PM (3 months ago)
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Which useless investigation, kill them all.
Posted: at 15-02-2024 09:50 PM (3 months ago) | Addicted Hero
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- gogoman at 15-02-2024 11:14 PM (3 months ago)
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na wa ooo
Posted: at 15-02-2024 11:14 PM (3 months ago) | Grande Master
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- Northrop at 16-02-2024 11:21 AM (3 months ago)
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Then the Stupid idiots will be blaming violence of the Muslim Hausa/Fulanis
Posted: at 16-02-2024 11:21 AM (3 months ago) | Upcoming
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