Police intercept truck carrying human head in Adamawa

Nigeria Police Officers
FILE PHOTO: Nigeria Police Officers

The Nigeria police, in collaboration with local vigilante in Adamawa State, intercepted a truck carrying fresh human head concealed in a bag, the police and witnesses have said.

While confirming, the state police spokesman, Othman Abubakar, said the truck was intercepted by the police at a check point close to the Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, formerly, Federal University of Technology Yola.

A witness also said that the truck was coming from Mubi axis into the state capital when the police manning the check point intercepted it.

“The police with the help of vigilante intercepted a truck carrying human parts. I saw a human head with fresh blood still rushing out of the lifeless head,” the witness who simple identified himself as Manu said.

He said the owner of the truck claimed to have loaded it with bags of grains but underneath the bags contains human parts with fresh blood.

The source said he was at the scene when the police at the check point stopped the driver of the truck, searched the truck and found a human head with fresh blood inside one of the bags.

The Police Public Relation Officer, Mr. Othman confirmed that a truck was intercepted by their men at the check point carrying human head and brought to the state command headquarters.

“The man is in police net, as soon as we finish investigation we will let you know,” he noted.


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