The Main Suspect That Murder Deborah Samuel Has Been Tracked In Niger Republic

As the continuous search of the killers of Deborah Samuel, Sokoto top police detective have revealed that one of the principal suspects in the recent murder case of the Sokoto-based College female student has been traced to Niger Republic, a neighboring West African country.

The report from the police detective confirms that the prime suspect in the murder of the 200-level student of Shehu Shagari College of Education, Deborah Samuel, is not a Nigerian, rather he is from Niger Republic.

The police said that the man, whose face is well captured in the viral video of Deborah’s cruel killing, is strongly suspected to be a foreigner from the neighboring Niger Republic. According to Police, the suspect could not yet be found in the Sokoto metropolis where the inhumane crime was committed despite his face being captured in a viral video.

The suspect was captured boasting about his role in the lynching and burning of the innocent 200-level student. The suspect was seen in a viral video along with another man boasting that they killed her, burnt her and even showing the world the matchbox they used in burning her alive.

According to the words of the Police Detective;

“We started looking for him immediately we saw his video on social media, because he is fundamental to our investigation. We are now learning that he is not even a Nigerian but only came in illegally from Niger Republic to cause chaos in our country,” a top police source in Sokoto told Peoples Gazette newspaper.

According to the police source, Interpol might be deployed to help fish out and arrest the suspect. The source said that, however, many police officers believe the suspect is a Nigerian and is still within the country’s borders. Some officers are saying he is a Nigerian and we need additional time to find him. “We have no facial recognition database, but we are following all available intelligence on the matter,” the source added.

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