Nigerian Army arrests the suspect behind 2011 Xmas day bomb blast that killed 44 people

Victor Moses, alleged to be a Boko Haram spy who worked for the group to bomb the St. Theresa’s Catholic Church Madalla in Niger State on Christmas Day in 2011 was yesterday paraded by the Nigerian Army in Bauchi. The blast killed 44 people and wounded 75 others.

According to the army, Victor Moses, believed to be an indigene of Benue State, was arrested in Alkaleri town of Bauchi State near a mosque, claiming he wanted to convert to Islam. He was arrested alongside 3 other suspects, Abubakar Shetima Bama, Salisu Mohammed Bello and Umar Madaki. Cc: Dailytrust 


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