RSN™ SCAM NEWS: Yahoo Boys Who Kill And Harvest Human Body Parts
Yahoo Boys and Kidnappers Who Kills, Harvests Human Body Parts Arrested in Kogi Nigeria
A complete Nigerian Yahoo Gang is captured by the Nigerian Police after killing one of their own.
16 SUSPECTED KIDNAPPERS AND RITUALIST YAHOO BOYS HAVE BEEN ARRESTED AT ANKPA IN KOGI STATE – BUSTED IN THEIR GANG HIDEOUT
As Governments Around The World Are Finally Stepping Up Efforts Against Scammers, Even Nigeria Is Finally Getting The Idea!
The Yahoo Boys (Men) ranging from age 16 to 45 reportedly specialized in killing innocent people and removing their vital organs for their Yahoo Plus rituals.
The Suspects are listed as;
- Yakubu Hamidu (gang leader)
- Abdullahi Ibrahim
- Shaibu Adamu
- Ubile Attah.
- Julius Hassan
- Shehu Haliru
- Abdullahi Tijjani
- Sale Adama
- Musa Abdullahi.
- Yakubu Yahaya
- Adama Shagari
- Isaac Alfa
- Baba Isah
- Idoko Benjamin
- Akwu Audu
- and Abdullahi Zakari.
The Police Public Relations Officer, Acting DCP Jimoh Moshood, while confirming the arrest said one pump action rifle, two locally fabricated single barrel guns and three short axes were recovered from the suspects.
He said one of the suspects, Ubile Attah masterminded the kidnap and murder of a Police Inspector, Abdul Alfa on Nov. 28, 2017, and snatched his rifle.
They confessed to have handed over the body parts to the duo and collecting huge sums of money in the hundreds of thousands of Naira.
Moshood said following complaints of missing persons in Ankpa Local Government Area of Kogi, the Inspector-General of Police directed the IGP Strike Force attached to Operation Absolute Sanity to investigate the cases.
This Represents One Of The Largest Gangs Of Yahoo Boys Arrested To Date
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