The Department of Security Service (DSS) has arrested five persons allegedly connected with worldwide terrorist group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in Kano.
The DSS claimed the arrested persons were responsible for the creation of training cells for the terrorist group.
The DSS further described the arrest as a significant breakthrough in blocking every possible move to make Kano a training ground for ISIS.
This was all revealed by the state director of SSS, Abdullahi Chiranchi, in a session with journalists in Kano on Thursday, June 9.
The state director also said those arrested were from Kogi state and were moving to Libya, Morocco and other places with ISIS presence.
Similarly, Chiranci paraded gangs of international rustlers, armed robbers, kidnappers and car Snatchers alleged to have been terrorising Kano, Kaduna and residents of Niger Republic.