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Touching Confession Of A Kidnapper: I Wish I’m Dead I Don’t Want To Bring Shame To My Father

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Touching Confession Of A Kidnapper: I Wish I’m Dead I Don’t Want To Bring Shame To My Father

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January 22, 2016 – “Please Kill Me, I Don’t Want To Bring Shame To My Father” – Kidnapper Tells Police

Touching Confession Of A Kidnapper: I Wish I’m Dead I Don’t Want To Bring Shame To My Father

Friday Allen, a suspected kidnapper confessed to the police that he received N100, 000 out of one million Naira ransom his alleged gang got from a kidnapped victim.

Allen, 27, however denied being a member of the gang that abducted a businessman at Abijo, insisting that he was forced to stay with the victim.

The suspect who was arrested after the police tracked the telephone number that the victim’s family was contacted through and traced him to his 9, Borrow Pit, Sango Tedo resident, stated that the real kidnappers collected his phone from him and forced him to look after the businessman in the bush he was kept.

Narrating how he got involved, Allen said one Agali who lived on the same area had invited him over for a drink.

“He told me that we should hang out and drink a bottle at a joint and we went in his Gulf car. But after the drink, when we were supposed to go, he drove towards a Toyota Camry car.

“He told me to come down and enter the Camry. When I got close to the Camry, I saw two other boys there and I saw that there was a man who was tied. His head was covered and his neck bent.

“I refused to enter and asked them what they were doing with the man but he brought out a gun and pointed it at me that if I don’t enter, he will kill me there.

“I was scared and that was how I entered. They collected my phone from me and drove into Abijo bush where they kept the man. We were inside the bush for two days, Agali will go out and buy food for us and the man.

“On the third day, he said the family was going to pay and he collected one million Naira from them and gave me N100, 000. They did not return my phone to me.

“I was arrested in my house while I was sleeping. Police said they tracked the number that was used to contact the businessman’s family and they found my address.

“I am not a kidnapper. I have never followed them for any operation. I have never robbed before. I am the only child of my father and we do not have money. I am the one who usually takes care of my father each time I return from my labouring job.

“Now, I do not know what will happen to him. I just wished that I could be killed instead of bringing this kind of embarrassment on my father,” said Allen.

[The Nation]

14 Comments

14 Comments

  1. Amazon

    January 22, 2016 at 8:48 PM

    Poor him, that’s why one has to be careful of the kind of friends one keeps

  2. OBAYI

    January 22, 2016 at 9:35 PM

    nonsense wat lead him to kidnapping

  3. Omokehinde

    January 22, 2016 at 10:16 PM

    They always claimed to be a victim of unemployment, poverty or hardship after they are caught in their wicked act, but they terrorised and prey on their victims during the kidnapping, torture, and the delivering of the ransom money. There is no excuse for kidnapping, and I personally have zero tolerance for those crooks who have killed many innocent people , raped, and injured many of their victims for random money. The state legislatures and both “Houses of Looters ” in Abuja should come up with “Anti-Kidnapping” laws that will serve life in prison sentence to anyone involve in kidnapping innocent Nigerian people for ransom. Poverty is no excuse for ritual killing, trafficking in hard drugs, 419s, armed robbery, kidnapping for random, hired killers, cultism, and frauds. Our unemployed Nigerians should go back to their various villages to start farming, poultry, honey harvest, forestry, petty trading, fishery,and minerals mining. Our jobless youths can make millions of naira annually if they go back to farming and large scale agriculture by making use of our land resources scattered all over Nigeria. Isreal economy is powered mainly by agriculture with about (20-25)% revenue from tourism. Nigerian land are far more fertile than that of the Israelite but we are all looking for white colar jobs in the cities. This is why poverty reign supreme in the lives of millions of our youths. May God help us and grant us wisdom and understanding to see opportunities to make wealth.

  4. Jilo

    January 22, 2016 at 11:30 PM

    All cell phones in Nigeria must be registered with the original subscriber. If any phone company cannot provide the correct information of the subscriber then such company must halt its business. Tracking down the owner or the location of the caller is very crucial in fighting against kidnapping. We must also incorporate back capital punishment into our judicial system enforced by a court. We need to do this in order to put an end to all these heinous crime in our society.

  5. lola O

    January 23, 2016 at 1:00 AM

    Of course he will deny being a kidnapper after being caught in the act. Why did he accept the ransom money if he was not a partaker? Also, which Nigerian bears the name Friday Allen? Is that his real name? Real bull shit. People need to think of the consequences before doing the act. Every day is for the thief, one day for the owner. Now display the same bravery that you used in kidnapping the poor guy and face the consequences. Do you realize what his wife and children went through, not knowing if he was alive or dead? Nobody wants to work for money any more, always looking for quick, easy money.

  6. Oke Joe

    January 23, 2016 at 5:03 AM

    I doubt his innocence. Why didn’t he report to the police with the money given to him and tell them his story, by then he would have extricated himself from blame.

  7. Oke Joe

    January 23, 2016 at 5:09 AM

    I doubt his innocence. Why didn’t he report to the police with the money and inform them about his predicament and extricate himself from blame.j

    • cheekah

      January 23, 2016 at 8:08 AM

      dont u know nigerian police

  8. sola olaniyi

    January 23, 2016 at 9:35 AM

    yeye pickin.

  9. Lawrence

    January 23, 2016 at 10:04 AM

    Liar

  10. justin

    January 23, 2016 at 10:54 AM

    The man who was kidnapped is the only person that can vindicate Friday,this is because he must have heard that somebody is being ordered to enter the venicle he was against his wish if he was conscious except if he was unconscious.Again Friday must have narrated his ordeal to the victim while in captivity for three days,if not i doubt his innocence,he should be made to face the full wrath of the law.

  11. D Hunter

    January 23, 2016 at 1:19 PM

    He claimed he was neva part of dem yet he was gvn a ransom 4rm d deal n he collected. If he wasnt arrested, wld he hv reported d case 2 d authority?
    Now he wnts 2 die.
    Very simple, Raw Acid wll do a perfect job here.

  12. xty

    January 23, 2016 at 3:27 PM

    should of thought twice before turning to the life of crime

  13. greed

    January 24, 2016 at 1:00 AM

    Greedy Niagara,he claims to be innocent,but u ate the food they have I guys and still took the 100k,I’m sure u used some for opo Dem and SK.
    I need to shoot this****** in the head,****hot

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