Mastermind Of Abuja Park Bombing Flees To Sudan; Aminu Sadik Ogwuche Wanted By SSS
May 14, 2014 – Nyanya Abuja Motor Park Suicide Bombing Mastermind Flees To Sudan; Aminu Sadik Ogwuche Declared Wanted By SSS
The master planner of the deadly suicide bombing attack that killed several people at Nyanya motor park in Abuja on the 14th of April 2014, Aminu Sadik Ogwuche has fled to Sudan.
Following his escape, Interpol has issued a red alert for his search and arrest.
Aminu was recently arrested by SSS on terrorism related case but was released upon pressure from his dad and human rights agency.
In a news conference on Tuesday, SSS spokesperson, Maryln Ogar said it was when the father of the suspect was asked to produce his son and he couldn’t that it was learnt that the wanted man had escaped to Sudan.
Director General of National Orientation Agency, Mr. Mike Omeri said this development led the National Office of Interpol to issue an international red alert on Ogwuche and appealed to Nigerians, especially religious bodies, to be mindful of what their members say on the current security crisis.
He further said, “The government of Nigerian wants to commend all Nigerians for the support and understanding shown since the government began this operation to restore peace and normalcy to some parts of this country.
“Particularly, the government wishes to commend the action of some elders in some parts of the North who have condemned the evil activities of the Boko Haram sect which Nigerians and people of conscience and civilisation all over the world have condemned in strong terms. We are encouraged that with many more Nigerians joining this campaign, we will overcome this situation.
“Yesterday, the SSS paraded some suspects concerning the Nyanya bombing. Two of the suspects were declared wanted. As of today, following the efforts of our security personnel, some suspects have been arrested.”
“These suspects have made useful confessions which will help law enforcement agents in their search. At the appropriate time, those confessions will be made public.