Aminu Baba, a dealer in cars and other vehicles at Aminchi Motors Gusau, Zamfara state, has opened up on his nefarious activities.
The prominent Businessman who was arrested by the police last week, confessed eating and selling human parts to some yet to be identified persons.
According to a Press Release by the State Commissioner monitored by Headlinenews, the suspect made the confession when he was paraded by the Zamafara Commissioner, Ayuba N Elkanah. The suspect, also revealed to newsmen shortly after he was paraded that he has three wives and 19 children.
It was gathered that the middle-age man was arrested last week over the killing and dismemberment of a 9-year-old boy in Gusau.
According to him, he employed two teenagers to scout for young boys to kill for him. The suspect confessed he paid the young adults N1million for the task on two different occasions. The suspect, however, remained silent on where he raised the money he used to pay the killers and collaborators in the State.
The Police in a Press Release made available to Headlinenews, noted that:
“On 12th December, 2021 at about 1400hrs, One Ali Yakubu Aliyu ‘M’ reported at Central Police Station Gusau that, his son Ahmad Yakubu ‘M’ a 9yrs old boy was missing. On receiving the report, Police detectives swung into action and commenced a discreet investigation into the matter.
On 28th December, 2021 at about 0930hrs, the Police detectives received an intelligence report with regards to the earlier report that on same date at about 0900hrs, a corpse of human being was found in an uncompleted building at Barakallahu area of Gusau, with its two (2) hands and legs tied with rag and head covered with polythene bag. Detectives proceeded to the scene and found the corpse with some of the human parts removed, and later evacuated to the Hospital for autopsy.
Zamfara which has been constantly besieged by marauding bandits and terrorists have seen a rise in killings and cannibalism.
Few weeks ago, blood thirsty marauding bandits killed over 200 villagers in a deadly attack.