Police nab two Cameroonians trading human parts in Adamawa

Adamawa State Police Command has arrested two Cameroonians in connection with trading of human parts in the state.

The two Cameroonians, Nodji Kodji and Raji Silver were arrested with human skulls and several bones in Garware village of Fufoure local government of Adamawa State.

The command also arrested a suspected potential buyer, Dauda Yakubu, a motorcycle operator, and a woman in connection with the crime.

A statement by the police spokesman said the two Cameroonians who hailed from Cholli in Cameroon republic were arrested on October 11, 2022.

Both suspects admitted that they got the skulls and bones from a grave yard in Cameroon and wanted to sell them to Dauda at the sum of 5 million CFA Franc.

They explained that when they took the skulls to Dauda, he said he was not interested and while searching for another buyer they were arrested.

While parading the duo, Nguroje explained that the suspects were apprehended by the team led by CSP Usman Jauroyel, adding that it was another remarkable achievement recorded by the Command in its efforts towards fighting all crime.

He said both suspects had confessed to stealing the skulls and bones from a graveyard in a certain village in Cameroon Republic and brought them to Nigeria to sell.

He said the Commissioner of Police, A.K Akande had ordered that the suspects be transferred to the Criminal Investigation Department for proper investigation.

The PPRO advised that adequate security should be provided at graveyards to prevent such odious act.


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