A photograph of the suspect on the Police Command Headquarters in Jalingo, the Taraba State capital.
The Taraba State Police Command has arrested and paraded a 31-year-old man for killing his girlfriend.
A local of Donga Local Government Area, the suspect recognized as Munda Bala allegedly conspired with two of his pals and killed his girlfriend.
Briefing journalist on the Command Headquarters in Jalingo, the Police Public Relations Officer, David Misal, mentioned the sufferer was burnt to ashes and her stays buried in a bush.
He famous that efforts had been in prime gear to arrest the opposite two fleeing suspects whereas the principal suspect can be charged to court docket.
The suspect who was paraded with some ashes and bones of his sufferer admitted to have dedicated the crime and blamed financial hardship and jealousy for his determination.
He mentioned, “I fell in love with Imbajuri Ambisi. She became my girlfriend; I got her pregnant and she delivered a baby boy and killed him after seven months.
“This got me angry and I couldn’t tell anyone. My money got finished and she ran away to some wealthy guys who engage in the selling of rosewoods to foreigners.”
“This got me jealous and I met two of my friends who advised me that if I really want my heart to be at rest, I have to kill her, hence our decision to eliminate her,” Bala added.
The command’s spokesman additionally paraded 5 suspected ritualists whose supposed sufferer escaped with a deep reduce after luring him to chop fingernails for his or her boss in a forest in Kona Garu, a suburb of Jalingo metropolis.
Investigations, in response to the police, point out that the suspects have been in such nefarious acts for a very long time.
Misal famous that the suspects would even be charged to court docket for prosecution.
Also paraded had been 5 suspected kidnappers and armed robbers who’ve been terrorising Mahanga Village alongside the Jalingo-Wukari Expressway.
The police mentioned the suspects had been answerable for the safety threats alongside the axis as they cease business autos and abduct passengers to unknown locations.
Other suspects had been paraded by the police for legal conspiracy, culpable murder, armed theft, and buy of stolen properties amongst others.
All the suspects admitted to have dedicated the crime they had been accused of.