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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