The 63 years old father of 29 children and three wives told journalists that he was behind several kidnap activities across the state and neighbouring Zamfara, Kaduna and FCT and Yobe in the North East.
He said he collected N300m and N170m respectively from his last two operations before concentrating on the business of receiving stolen vehicles.
He said the police recovered 28 stolen cars from his depots in Niger and Abuja, 15 others Zamfara and a number of other stolen cars from Kaduna.
According to him, “he was called the chairman of kidnapping but the business of kidnapping become to risky for me that was the reason for switching to receiving stolen cars and I have been in this for some years.”
He said the that he ran into trouble when his boys received and paid N400,000 for a car which he quickly took to sell at the cost of N800,000 in Kano as a result of which the police got him.
Parading the suspects, Jimoh Moshood said they will be charged to court as soon as investigations were completed