Nigeria Police parade two soldiers, others who allegedly kidnapped CBN Governor Emefiele’s wife


The Nigeria Police on Monday paraded nine suspects allegedly responsible for the kidnap of Margret Emefiele, the wife of Nigeria’s Central Bank Governor, Godwin Emefiele.

As exclusively reported by PREMIUM TIMES, two of the suspects are serving soldiers of the Nigerian Army, while another is a dismissed soldier.

The Police named the serving soldiers as Lance Corporal Musa Maidabra, 28, and Lance corporal Edwin George.

The dismissed soldier is other Ernest Uduefe, 32. The other suspects are Mohammed Abubakar, 29, who was identified as the gang leader; Mohammed Musa, 26; Mohammed Sule, 26, Ibrahim Abdullahi, 30, Aliyu Musa, 30; and Mohammed Yusuf, 36.

All the suspects are males.

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  • FreeNigeria

    Na wao, before before, mallam dey fetch water, sell, tea and bread, sell gold. Today, Mallam na terrorist, Armed robber, and don add kidnapping join him resume.

    • Hah!

      who teach,am?

      • Datti

        What Igboman fit do, Aboki fit do am better

    • share Idea

      Please mind yourself as the people being mentioned are not Nigerians but Libyans that are in Nigeria…lol

  • Gabriel Olasebikan

    “All the suspects are males” as concluded by Premium Times.

    You found it difficult to conclude by saying “in addition all but one of the suspects are Northerners and Muslims”.

  • Dazmillion

    When the police wants to work they can work

    • FreeNigeria

      If they collect salary every month, then it’s not a choice if they want to work.

    • Aribisala’s boy. Where is the old donkey?

      • Dazmillion

        you shouldnt be here madam, who is guarding Dr Femi’s blog?

    • princegab

      Police always Work, but them go fpr highest bidder. They either work for the victims or for the criminals.

  • vagabonds in power

    A case thought forgotten resurfaced with potentially interesting consequences when a Federal Judge, Ademola Adeniyi on Thursday 26th May ruled that the President had a case to answer as regards his competence to stand election into the office of President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria when he lacks the basic educational qualifications set out in the Constitution.

    In a case instituted against him, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) and the All Progressives Congress (APC) by an Abuja based Legal Practitioner, Barr. Nnamdi Nwokocha-Ahaaiwe, Justice Adeniyi dismissed all preliminary objections by the President’s team to frustrate the case.

    It will be recalled that a case was instituted against President Buhari in February 2015 challenging his competency to be President due to allegations that he never sat for his Secondary School Certificate and also deposing to a false affidavit about his educational qualifications contrary to the Electoral Act.

    Online news platform, The Signal reports that this new development has thrown Aso Rock into a state of chaos as many didn’t even know the case was ongoing. A source close to the matter said “Nobody even knew the case was still on.

    • princegab

      The guy who sued has long withdrew the case in 2015. Please stop lying.