Spokesperson for the Kaduna State Police Command, Mr. Aliyu Usman, an assistant superintendent of police, identified the suspects as Mohammed Tukur, Suleima Auta and Shuaibu Rabiu, all of whom were living behind the ABU campus.
Usman told Saturday Punch that Inusa was kidnapped on September 19, 2016 at her residence in Zaria. He explained that the police launched a manhunt for the suspects after the case was reported and that they were tracked down a week after at different hideouts in the state.
But Usman, who indicated that Inusa had been released too, did not give details of the circumstances surrounding her release by the suspects.
“The suspects have confessed to the crime and investigation is still ongoing to arrest their accomplices,” he said.