VIDEO: How I murdered Islamic cleric who offered me free ride - Soldier confesses

VIDEO: How I murdered Islamic cleric who offered me free ride – Soldier confesses

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A soldier who murdered an Islamic cleric after he offered him a free lift has admitted to the crime as he recounted the occurrence.

Sheik Goni Aisami gave a ride to a soldier named John Gabriel at Nguru Army Barrack.

The soldier said he was going to Jaji-Maji in Yobe and the cleric let him get in the vehicle.

In any case, the soldier shot at the cleric during the trip on Friday, August 19, and attempted to run away with his Honda 2006 model.

The Police Command in Yobe has arrested two people regarding the murder.

While being paraded, John Gabriel explained that he baited the Islamic cleric to his death by letting him know there’s a sound coming from his vehicle.

At the point when the Islamic cleric got down to check under the vehicle for the source of the sound, the soldier additionally got down from the vehicle and drew out his gun.

He said that when the cleric saw him pointing the gun at him, he asked what he had done and he (suspect) let him know he hasn’t done anything.

John said he then discharged an warning shot, hoping the cleric would run away but he didn’t. He said that he fired a second warning shot and it hit the cleric, killing him.

The Yobe Police Command’s Spokesman, DSP Dungus Abdulkarim, affirmed that the two suspects had claimed to be soldiers attached to 241 Recce Model Battalion, Nguru.

He said the incident happened at around 10 pm on Friday after Aisami gave one of the suspects a lift.

He made sense of that Aisami was driving his vehicle to Gashua from Nguru, when the chief suspect who was in mufti and conveying a camp bed, begged him for a lift to Jaji-Maji.

He expressed that on moving toward Jaji-Maji, the chief suspect drew out an AK-47 and shot him two times to death.

Abdulkarim further said that the suspect attempted to escape with the deceased’s vehicle however failed, as it stalled out in the mud and the vehicle failed to start.

He called the second suspect, who drove another vehicle to the scene. Sadly for him, his drive shaft broke.

The two suspects then, at that point, asked for help from a vigilance group in Jaji-Maji. At the point when the group showed up at the scene to tow the broken down vehicles, unexpectedly Aisami’s body was found at the scene.

Abdulkarim said it was the vigilance group that drew the attention of the police and the suspects, who said they were soldiers, were arrested.

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