Two Arrested With Human Skulls In Kaduna Cemetery

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Two persons have been apprehended with human skulls by the Kaduna State Command of the Nigeria Police Force.

Naija News understands that the suspected ritualists were nabbed with human skulls at a popular Muslim cemetery in the state.

Confirming the report to newsmen in a statement released on Saturday, the spokesperson for the police in the state, ASP Mohammed Jalige, shared that the suspected ritualists were caught in possession of a hoe. The names of the suspects are Abdulaziz Jimoh, Mohammed Isa.

The police statement reads: “On Äpril 23, 2021, at about 2130hrs, the command received a distress call through DPO Kakuri, Kaduna, that some people were sighted at a Muslim graveyard at Kudenden and suspected to be carrying out a heinous act.

“On getting the report, operatives were immediately dispatched to the area where they succeeded in apprehending the following persons; (1) Abdulaziz Jimoh ‘M’ 68yrs of Zaki Close, Kabala West Kaduna, and (2) Mohammed Isa ‘M’ 30yrs of the same address. Recovered in possession of the said persons were a hoe and some human skulls.

“Meanwhile investigation into the incident is ongoing and the suspects will be charged to court on completion of the same. The command is still soliciting prompt information on any suspicious person or group to enable it to tackle the activities of robbers.”

In another news, Naija News reports that a mob has killed an Assistant Superintendent of the Nigeria Police Force in Adamawa State.

It was gathered that the mob on Saturday morning, April 24 attacked ASP Ibrahim Abdullahi while he was trying to effect the arrest of a suspect involved in a case of conspiracy and theft.

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  1. Some people are animals and can go to any length to satisfy their quest.
    Who knows what they planned doing with those skulls,they shouldn’t be pitied instead dealt with so others can learn.

    God help us

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