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How I got away from the butcher chunk of Kano custom executioners by 'bristles' – Bauchi Secondary School understudy

A 17 year-old Secondary Student in Bauchi, Salihu Yahaya, on Friday described how he barely got away from the 'butcher chunk' of custom executioners in Kano.

Addressing the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Bauchi, the understudy said three weeks after the violent occurrence, he was yet to recoup from the injury.

As per him, after he was caught and taken to an undisclosed area, he and 18 different casualties were wearing red fabric and numbered, similarly as the initial 16 individuals were butchered in his quality.

"I was before our home in Bauchi at around 12 twelve on June 23rd when somewhere in the range of two people in an auto ceased and enquired about a pastry kitchen near our home.

"I was going to the bread kitchen house around then so I volunteered to go along with them in the auto and demonstrate to them the place.

"Instantly I entered, I was mesmerized and lost my faculties, just to wind up in an exacerbate a few hours after the fact, alongside 18 others casualties, every one of us wearing red material that had been numbered, and our heads totally shaved," he said.

Yahaya said by then, the decapitation of the casualties started within the sight of every one of them.

"We were observing vulnerably as an immense man joined his different assistants, tied the hands of the primary casualty, butchered him and saved the spouting blood in a holder.

"I was number 18 in the line and when the sixteenth individual was guillotined, the butcher man said he was drained, and hence coordinated that the three of us remaining be kept in a room till early morning the next day (June 23rd) for him to finish the activity.

"By then, I wished I had my turn that day on the grounds that the sight was excessively frightful and the injury was excessively to hold up under," he told NAN.

In any case, fortunes came their path when by 3am of the D-day, the strong man ordered to keep watch over them three whined of cerebral pain and went looking for 'panadol', leaving the room they were kept, open.

"The three of us chose to take the risk and hurried out, just to find that the house was the main structure in a shrubbery and had no edge fence.

"We ran long separations in various ways, until the point when I tumbled down oblivious, just to wake up later in the day to find that I was in a police headquarters in Kano.

"The policemen, who were so pleasant to me, gave me sustenance and a place to wash up, after which they gathered the phone number of my sibling in Bauchi, which I have, spur of the moment, and alarmed him," Yahaya additionally described.

The understudy, who is as yet looking frightened and must be influenced by his siblings to give the meeting to NAN, said the room they were kept was loaded with human heads and collections of those butchered in front of them.

"As I am conversing with you now, I am as yet observing the substance of the butcher man three weeks after the occurrence and the scene of the bloody happening will stay in my memory for long," he deplored.

He said he had not been going to class since his arrival from Kano as a result of his perspective.

Dr Yahaya Yerima, father of the understudy, affirmed the episode, yet couldn't concede NAN a detailed meeting on the issue as he was caught up with planning for the wedding of his little girl, slated for Saturday, July 14

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