Nyanya Bombing Suspect Ogwuche Extradited To Nigeria
The suspected mastermind of the April 2014 bomb blast in Nyanya, Abuja, Aminu Ogwuche, has been extradited back to Nigeria.
Ogwuche was brought back to Nigeria from Sudan where he allegedly escaped to after the incident which claimed close 100 lives.
The extradition of the suspected terrorists was announced on Tuesday by Coordinator of the National Information Centre, Mike Omeri.
Omeri addressed newsmen at the Presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja, flanked by the Force Public Relations , Mr Frank Mba, and the Deputy Director, Public Relations of the Department Tate Security, Mrs Marilyn Ogar, at the Presidential wing of the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja on Tuesday.
Omeri said that Mr Ogwuche was arrested and extradited from Sudan with the cooperation of the Sudanese Government.
Mr Omeri assured Nigerians that the Federal Government was committed to winning the war against insurgents in the country.
The Federal Government had declared Ogwuche and other suspects in the dastardly act of April 14 wanted shortly after the incident.
It was reported shortly after that the mastermind of the Nyanya bombing had been intercepted by the Interpol.