The Guys Are Talented. We Need To Work On Them For Our Own Good" — Police PRO Says As He Shares Photos Of Confiscated Locally Made Guns After Gun Factory Was Recently Uncovered In Jos | #NwokeukwuMascot


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In a shocking discovery, a clandestine gun factory was recently uncovered in Jos, leading to the arrest of several individuals involved in the illegal production of firearms. The police, in their pursuit of curbing the proliferation of illegal weapons, have taken swift action in dismantling the operation and confiscating a significant number of locally made guns.

According to ACP Olumuyiwa Adejobi the Nigeria Police Public Relations Officer (PRO), the discovery of the gun factory highlights the need for increased efforts in addressing the issue of illegal arms manufacturing and circulation. Speaking at a press conference, the PRO emphasized the talent and ingenuity of those involved in the production of these weapons, acknowledging the need to redirect their skills towards more lawful and constructive endeavours.

"The guys are talented. We need to work on them for our own good," the PRO stated. He further explained that instead of solely focusing on punitive measures, it is crucial to explore avenues for rehabilitation and skill development for these individuals. By providing alternative opportunities and vocational training, authorities hope to channel their talents into productive areas that will benefit society as a whole.

During the raid on the gun factory, law enforcement officials seized a significant number of firearms, including pistols, rifles, and improvised explosive devices (IEDs). The locally made guns, though crude in design, were reportedly functional and posed a serious threat to public safety.

Sharing photos of the confiscated weapons, the police aim to raise awareness about the dangers associated with illegal firearms and the urgent need for stricter regulations. The PRO emphasized the importance of collaboration between law enforcement agencies, communities, and relevant stakeholders to combat the illicit trade and manufacturing of guns.

Efforts are underway to investigate the source of the materials used in the production of these weapons, as well as the potential network of individuals involved in their distribution. The police have vowed to leave no stone unturned in their pursuit of justice and to prevent the proliferation of illegal firearms.

The discovery of the gun factory serves as a reminder of the persistent challenges faced by law enforcement agencies in tackling the illegal arms trade. It highlights the need for continuous vigilance, improved intelligence gathering, and proactive measures to ensure public safety and security.

As the investigation unfolds, authorities are calling on the public to remain vigilant and report any suspicious activities or information related to the illegal manufacturing and distribution of firearms. By working together, the community and law enforcement can make a significant impact in curbing this dangerous trend.

It is hoped that the dismantling of the gun factory and the subsequent rehabilitation efforts will contribute to a safer environment for the residents of Jos and serve as a deterrent to those involved in similar illegal activities.


  1. I think the police PRO is making a sense, instead of destroying their talents, let d government give them more support that will be backed up legally. Equally those on illegal refinery should be given more training for a good locally refined fuel.


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