Boko Haram Boy Confesses To Burning Houses In Borno Village For N2,000

Boko Haram Boy Confesses To Burning Houses In Borno Village For N2,000

By Vanguard on May 29, 2014
A man looks at the ruins of his home following a Boko Haram attack in North Eastern Nigeria

A young man, named, Ibrahim Tilitili was said to have been paid the sum of two thousand Naira (N2,000), to burnt down few houses at Mandara Girau village in Biu local government area of Borno state.

Ibrahim, Chibok by tribe and resident of Mandara Girau village confessed that one Mallam Sani also a resident of the village gave him the amount and instructed him to set some of the houses in the village on fire.

According to residents of the village, Ibrahim had succeeded in setting ablaze three houses and scare the people of the village who started running for their lives to safe heaven before some brave young men pounce on him, when they realized, it was a lone attack.

On realizing that, he was somebody they know in the village, they wanted to killed him, but some elders intervene and he was arrested and taken to Sarkin Baka- renown hunter in Biu town, where he made confession that, he was actually paid by Mallam Sani who is also resident of the village to set those houses ablaze.

Our Correspondent learnt that, after he was interrogated by vigilantee leader (Sarkin Baka) in Hausa language and made the confession, he led the men who arrested him to his paid master, who was  also arrested and handed over to police in Biu town.

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