Suspected serial killer, Gracious David West, who was arrested by the Police in Rivers State on Thursday has shared how he attacked his latest victim.
In a video shared by the Nigeria police via its verified Twitter handle, West revealed that he threatened his victim with a knife before tying her limbs with pillowcase.
“We were inside the club. We discussed how much I would pay her. After that, we left the club for the hotel,” he said.
He was then asked the name of the hotel, which he couldn’t remember clearly but he mentioned the axis of Rivers State, where it was located.
“After that, we went to the hotel, I paid for the place. They took us up and after they took us up, I arranged for food that she would eat and myself. They prepared food and we ate. After that, we slept till when the day broke, around let’s say 4:00 a.m or 5:30 a.m. I brought out a knife. She didn’t know that the knife was there. I brought out the knife and threatened her that she should not shout. I told her that if she shouted, I would use the knife. With that fear, she didn’t shout.
“By then, the volume of the television was loud. She kept quiet. After that, I used the wrapper, (the pillowcase) to tie her hands from the back and then tied her legs,” said West.
West was apprehended by officials of the Federal Anti-Robbery Squad while he was on his way to Akwa Ibom State from his hideout in Rivers State.
West was arrested with a military camouflage bag and brought to the State Police Command around 5:00 p.m.
He was said to have confessed to killing 12 women; five in different hotels room in the Rivers, seven in Lagos and one other state not mentioned.
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