A kidnapper who ran operations around Edo and Kogi states, has enjoyed success in his business.
A Fulani herdsman, Muritala Umaru, has admitted to realizing a sum of N100 million from kidnapping activities in Edo State.
This was confirmed following his arrest by the police.
The suspect who was caught in possession of an AK47 rifle with breech number KO340119 and 10 rounds of 7.62mm ammunition, reportedly has four years experience in the kidnapping business.
According to reports, he receives his mission orders from a supremo identified as "Chief".
“I am married. I stay in Auchi, but I was born in Lokoja. I am into kidnapping. I have kidnapped over 50 persons.
"We kidnapped them when they were travelling. One man gave us target. I collected N3 million in our last operation.
"It is my boss that kills people. He had killed many people. We operate in Auchi, Ekpoma, Okenne and other places," says Umaru, in a Kemi Filani report.
State police commissioner, Mr. Babatunde Kokumo, stated that the suspect is a jail bird who disguised as a Fulani herdsman. The nomadic folks are a problem to some Nigerians who have seen their farmlands trampled on due to uncontrolled grazing.
Fulani herdsman caught making love to his cow
A viral video has captured a Fulani herdsman while making love to his cow in Kubwa, Abuja.
"Herdsman seen having s*x with one of his cows, today, at Kubwa, Abuja," reads a tweet by Instablogja which also included a footage of the shocking incident.
The clip, shared via Twitter on Monday, March 26, 2018, revealed a man who assumed a thrusting position in a bid to penetrate the animal.
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