The Ondo State security outfit, Amotekun, has revealed why the suspects arrested in connection with the terrorists’ attack at St. Francis Catholic Church, in Owo have not been paraded.
The operatives explained why it is keeping detailed information on the suspects arrested over the massacre.
Recall that no fewer than 50 worshippers were killed during the attack, while over 100 were reported to be seriously injured.
Acccording to report, the security outfit was still profiling the arrested suspects.
A source, who spoke in confidence on the development noted that details on the arrests were kept top secret, following instructions from the government, and in order not to jeopardise investigation.
He, however, declined to be dragged into argument as regards the denial of any arrest by the police.
The source also declined to give the number of those arrested by the state Amotekun.
It will be recalled that the Nigeria Police Force, NPF, had debunked the news of the arrest of the attackers.
The Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, CSP Muyiwa Adejobi, while giving update on the arrest of the gunmen, said none of the perpetrators of the Owo massacre has been arrested.
But, Amotekun said that the profiling of those arrested would soon be completed.
The source said: “I want to assure you that those arrested by the security outfit would be paraded after a thorough profiling by the leadership of the security outfit and our detectives.
“All the noise that nobody has been arrested is just funny. When we’re done with our investigation, we will make it public.
“The suspects can’t be paraded now when we are determined to get their sponsors and expose them to the world.”