Hours after the Nigeria Police Force said it would not be parading the killers of a former Chief of Defence Staff, Air Vice Marshall Alex Badeh, a video has gone viral purportedly showing one of the killers making a confession.
TheNigerialawyer had earlier, on Thursday, reported that the Police postponed the presentation of the five suspects arrested in connection with Badeh’s killing indefinitely so as not to jeopardise ongoing investigation into the case.
But a video showing a suspect, who identified himself simply as Shaibu, has gone viral on social media.
The suspect, who spoke in the Hausa Language, said, according to a Twitter user who posted a translation, that he and his gang had merely wanted to rob Badeh of some money they believed he was carrying with him in the car.
The Twitter user wrote:
Lemme oblige u bro. His name is Shaibu from Barde. his elder brother Ciroma came from the market and told him that he got intel that old soldier(Badeh) has bought another land and would be coming to make payment so so day. They decided to waylay him and collect the money.
Those that had arms blocked the car in front while the others followed them from behind in case they try to turn. Badeh’s driver opted to charge through and ciroma opened fire on them. They opened the car and saw a lot of cash but the guy cannot confirm how much was inside.
— Saleh Shehu Ashaka (@AshakaSaleh) December 27, 2018
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