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Police parade self-confessed human butcher

Parading the suspect to selected journalists at a police facility in Abuja yesterday, Force spokesman ACP Frank Mba said contrary to reports, the high profile…

Parading the suspect to selected journalists at a police facility in Abuja yesterday, Force spokesman ACP Frank Mba said contrary to reports, the high profile suspect was still in custody.
He said: “You will recall that on the 15th of July 2014, the Police High command did issue a press statement where we announced the arrest of a high profile terrorist by name Zakaria Mohammed.
 “For the past few days, there has been a very strong rumour that the suspect escaped from custody, it is primarily in response to that, that we have decided to bring the suspect out to interact with you in the best culture of transparency of policing operations,” Mba added.
He explained that the suspect was arrested by police officers on the fringes of the Bama forest and has made revelations to the police that clearly show he was an active participant in terrorist operations.
Mba also said the area of specialty of the suspect was butchering humans, saying he participated in many terrorist attacks including an attack on a customs check point that led to the loss of lives.
The suspect who spoke through an interpreter in Kanuri language said his real name is Zakaria Mohammed also known as Ardo. He hails from Darazo local Government area of Bauchi state.
Mohammed also confessed that before his arrest, he had slaughtered “only five people,” noting that it took him two minutes to slaughter a person.

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