Kidnapped kingpin who are controlled by Queen spirit

The leader of a suspected kidnap and robbery gang operating in the Ushongo Local Government Area of Benue State, on Friday, revealed how his gang planned to kill 20 people.

The 30-year-old ringleader, Iorwuese Kpila, said the gang had killed 16 persons, adding that the blood of the victims was used for rituals.

He said they buried the victims in shallow graves in Gabtse, a community within the council.

Kpila, who was paraded along with six members of his gang at the Benue State Police Command headquarters in Minna, disclosed that they were working for an unidentified ‘Queen Spirit.’

He said the spirit directed them to kill so that it could suck the blood of the victims and make them (the accused persons) powerful.

Parading the suspects, the Commissioner of Police, Mukaddas Garba, said Kpila and his gang were arrested following a tip-off, adding that further investigation led to the discovery of 16 shallow graves.

He said 11 corpses had been exhumed and identified by the victims’ family members.

“The receiver of the valuables stolen by the gang; one Shizoon Nyityo of Zaki-Biam had been arrested and some items recovered from him. The items included one locally-made single-barrelled gun, a rope used by the gang members to strangulate their victims and assorted charms,” the CP added. (Punch)

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