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We Butcher Our Victims Like Goats, Sell Body Parts To Yahoo Boys – Kidnapper

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A notorious kidnapper, identified as Chidi, has revealed how he terrorized Obiaruku and environs in Ukwuani Local Government Area of Delta State with his gang members.

Chidi who turned himself in to leaders of the community, disclosed what he and his gang members have done to their victims.

He noted that after collecting ransom amounting to huge sums, they decide to butcher their victims like goats, chickens and other animals, and their parts sold to ‘çlients’, , including internet fraudsters popularly known as Yahoo Boys for rituals.

The suspect further stated that the Yahoo Boys and other clients are always available to buy the human parts, adding that they struggled to meet up with their demands.

Chidi also described his gang as the most deadly kidnapping gang ever, describing their method of kidnapping, collection of ransom and killing of victims as the most gruesome in history.

Before now, the terror gang terrorised the community unfettered, kidnapping people at will.

They collected all sorts of ransom before freeing some lucky victims, while the unfortunate ones never lived to tell the bitter tale of their experiences in the hands of the gang.

Their actions have hindered farmers from going to their farms due fear of been abducted by the dreaded kidnappers.

Chairman of the local vigilantes in the community, Sunday Okolo aka Kaduna described the arrest of Chidi and three others as divine, adding that Obiaruku had been under siege in the recent past.

He said as a result of the activities of the gang, the community’s chief priest embarked on traditional sacrifices while the women embarked on incessant prayers.

“It was divine intervention to rescue Obiaruku land. Our people were no longer going to the farm, and the Onotu has to do some sacrifice.

“The suspect said his mind was pricking him, and therefore came out to confess to the elders.

“But he lied that he too was kidnapped. After much interrogation, we discovered that he was a member of the terror gang,” Kaduna said.

The confession of Chidi, a native of the town, led to a manhunt for the most deadly member of the gang identified as the ‘Chief Butcher’ who hails from Umuaja, a neighbouring community.

Community members said the man identified as the chief butcher possessed a white handkerchief with which he disappears when the chips are down.

However, on the day he was arrested, he was incapacitated as he was not given the opportunity to use the said handkerchief, even though it was in his pocket.

Kaduna said four of the suspects were arrested and handed over to the police in the town. The suspects have since been transferred to the Area Command in Agbor for further investigation.

The spokesperson of the state police command, Bright Edafe, who confirmed the arrest of the suspects, noted that they have been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID) at the command’s headquarter in Asaba.

Meanwhile, Chidi narrowly escaped being lynched by angry youths in the community who were determined to burn him alive after his horrendous confession.

The youths, it was gathered, prevented the police from taking the suspect into custody, insisting on subjecting him to a horrendous death.

All entreaties to the mob that their action might halt investigation with other gang members yet to be arrested fell on deaf ears until some military personnel were invited to whisk him away.

They wanted to kill him. So we invited the police because we needed to protect him so that he could lead us to his gang members.

“Our youths even prevented the police until we invited the army. The soldiers took him away from Onotu-Uku before he confessed and told us their hideout in the bush.

“But before we got there, they had relocated with a female victim who we are still yet to rescue. The bush is a very difficult terrain but these hoodlums understand it very much. They run faster than the animals,” Kaduna stated.

According to him, the leader of the gang was still on the run.

is an Associate at Naija News. He is a news media enthusiast, he holds a degree in psychology and loves exploring and sharing about the enormous power that lies in the human mind. Email: [email protected], Instagram: adeniyidman

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