A suspected bomber of Nyanya and Kuje, Abuja on October 2, 2015, Abdulwaheed Nasiru, on Thursday informed a Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, that he was guilty of being in possession of 12 Improvised Explosive Devices and other materials used for making bombs.
The 23-year old Nasiru was among the five persons docked before Justice Abdulkadir Abdul-Kafarati on a five counts which emanated from from the multiple bombings, which left scores dead and many others with varying degrees of injuries.
The fourth count which Nasiru pleaded guilty touches on being in possession of 12 IEDs and materials used for manufacturing them.
Others arraigned alongside which included; Abdulazeez Muhazab (26), Ishiaka Salihu (25), Mohammed Jimoh (33) and Abdullahi Nasiru (34), pleaded not guilty to all the five counts made against them.
They were docked over alleged conspiring among themselves to carry out the bombings of Kuje town and Jikoyi park in Nyanya on October 2, resulting in “the death of scores of innocent citizens and many others who sustained varying degrees of injuries as well as destroying properties “contrary to sections 17 and 2(a) of the Terrorism (Prevention) Act 2013.”