- Police have arrested another suspected serial killer and kidnap kingpin, Iorwuese Kpila, in Benue state
- Kpila reportedly confessed to killing 16 persons who are mostly commercial motorcycle operators
- According to him, a spirit known as ‘Queen’ told him to kill 18 persons to acquire supernatural powers ’to appear and disappear’
Iorwuese Kpila, another suspected serial killer and kidnap kingpin in Benue state arrested for killing 16 persons has made more mind-blowing confessions.
According to a report filed by The Nation, Kpila said he buried the victims in mass graves, adding that he killed his victims for ritual and supernatural powers.
The 30-year-old suspect made the shocking confession while he was paraded on Friday, September 27, alongside six other members of his gang by the Benue state police commissioner, Mukaddas Garba.
Kpila further confessed that he planted cassava on the mass graves as a decoy.
Confessing further, the suspects said they lured their victims who are mostly commercial motorcycle operators and killed them with a rope and afterwards sell the victims' motorcycles.
“We would tell okada riders to drop us at a certain location and immediately we reached there, me and my gang members would grab the victim and strangulate him with a rope. We would dig a grave, bury him and plant cassava on top of the grave, thereafter sell the motorcycle,’’ Kpila confessed.
Kpila also claimed that a spirit known as ‘Queen’ told him to kill 20 persons to acquire supernatural powers ’to appear and disappear.’
Garba urged members of the public to always feel free provide his command genuine information about criminals and their activities in the state.
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Earlier, Legit.ng reported that Kpila also known as Dr Kwagh Akorom Me Nenge (catch me if you can), said he also usually killed his victims even after collecting ransom on them.
“So from there I and my people kidnap people and when we kidnap them we kill them and give their blood to our ‘Queen’ for power to get anything we want both power and money.
“I have been in the business for three months because the ‘Queen’ mandated that we should complete the blood sacrifice with 20 people for us to acquire whatever we needed but so far we have killed 16 persons."
“But I have now realised that all powers belong to God. Before now I confessed my sins to the policeman that arrested me. He also took me to a pastor in Katsina even before taking him to the graves where I confessed my sins,” he added.
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