Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Aminu Sadiq Ogwuche One of the masterminds of the April, 14, Nyanya, bomb blast has been arrested in Sudan.

The Force Public Relations Officer, Frank Mba, had on Tuesday, hinted that Interpol had issued a red alert for the search and arrest of the suspect who was once arrested on suspicion of terrorism but released following pressure from human rights Groups and the father of the suspect.

Briefing newsmen on the update on the kidnapped Chibok girls in Abuja, Coordinator of the National Information Center, Mike Omeri, said Ogwuche, who has been on the wanted list of the security agencies for some time now, was arrested in Sudan, Tuesday night.
Omeri, who was surrounded by spokespersons of the military, police and the State Security Services, said the security agencies in the country was working with their counterparts in Sudan, to extradite the suspect, who is a deserter of the Nigerian Army, back to the country.
The Deputy Director in charge of Public Relations at the State Security Services, Marylyn Ogar, had on Tuesday hinted that the security agencies discovered Ogwuche, had escaped to Sudan, when his father could not produce him.

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