Joseph was reportedly holding a discussion with some people; the discussion was said to be centred on issues relating to the funding of arms import for the defence of the people of Southern Kaduna but unknown to them they were being recorded.
A member of one of the communities told journalists on Monday that the security personnel that had been stationed in the areas were unable to stop the killings and destruction.
The EFCC spokesman narrated that the suspects were arrested after they tried to lure an unsuspecting victim into believing that some unclaimed boxes containing huge amount of dollars were kept with some herdsmen believed to be accomplices by an unidentified politician.
Emir Sanusi also called for a better understanding and interpretations of Islamic laws and rules especially with regards to better life for women and children, especially the girl-child.
Raliya Suleiman, a 14-year-old Junior Secondary School female student of Government Secondary School, Kachia, Kaduna State, whose parents claimed was flogged in the eye by a teacher for coming late to school is seeking justice, and assistance.
Three days after he was arrested and detained by the police, Audu Maokori, the man who posted what turned out to be fake news on Southern Kaduna crisis, was on Monday arraigned at a Magistrate court in Kaduna.
Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has made a passionate appeal to the religious and community leaders in Southern Kaduna, urging them to give peace a chance in their communities.
Crisis is brewing between the organised labour movements and Kaduna State government over the planned sale of government quarters in the state to alleged political office holders.
Two German archaeologists who were kidnapped in Kaduna State on Wednesday have regained their freedom.
The Kaduna State Police Command had confirmed that two German Archeologists who were working at the NOK Archeological Centre in Kagarko, Kaduna State, have been kidnapped.