Abuja Kidnapper Denies Allegations, Gives Shout-out to President Tinubu

In a surprising turn of events, a man accused of being a notorious kidnapper held a press conference vehemently denying the allegations against him. During the conference, he took a moment to give a special shout-out to President Tinubu and asserted his innocence.

“I want to greet the president of the public of Nigeria,” he began, “and ordinary presidents like the family. But anything I say today, let it be recorded. I know some people will say I’m lying.  Everything I’m going to say is the truth and nothing but the truth.”

The accused individual went on to share his version of the events, claiming he was not a kidnapper and had retired from such activities. According to him, he was with a friend on patrol to hijack a car when an unexpected series of events unfolded.

He continued to recount the incident, mentioning a person referred to as “the yellow” who apparently took control of the situation. The accused insisted that the initial plan was not to abduct the man but rather to retrieve a car.

“To be sincere, the aim of the plan was not to take the man with them. But I don’t know why. The yellow, which is the one that is forcing the whole thing, the yellow has the car and that has the weapons, saying the abducted should enter the backseat, I was sitting there but I can’t say anything”.

Despite the detailed explanation, questions about the number of guns involved and the accused individual’s involvement in armed robbery were posed. The accused maintained his innocence, asserting that he had not engaged in car-snatching at gunpoint.

He concluded by briefly mentioning his background as an electrical engineer and revealing a previous conflict with his boss that led to financial troubles.

This press conference raises questions about the accused individual’s credibility, leaving the public and authorities to decide the veracity of his claims amid the serious allegations against him.

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