“My Son Is Not a Terrorist” – Mother of Homosexual ‘Suspect’ Who Accused Dokubo Of Being Buhari Assassination Sponsor
- Nigerian security services paraded an obvious cross-dresser homosexual as a “disguised terrorist” in a serious embarrassment to security work. They went further to claim that this homosexual was the mastermind of the assassination attempt on Buhari’s life. The homosexual however implicated a Presidency terrorist associate — Dokubo-Asari, thus complicating the SSS framing in a double rebound. –NewsRescue
Aug. 1, 2014 by Ameh Comrade Godwin
Mother of Mansir Yusuf, the young man who allegedly championed the last week’s suicide car blast in Kawo, Kaduna has declared that her son is not a terrorist.
Recalled that Yusuf who dressed in a woman attire was arrested shortly after the blast that targeted at the convoy of former Head of State, General Muhammadu Buhari last Wednesday.
Speaking with DailyTrust, the visibly embittered woman said, “My son is not a terrorist. What is wrong with him is an evil spirit attack which is making him to prefer women’s clothing and to act as one who is mentally retarded. Everyone in Mando knows that he only has a spiritual condition that is making him to act strangely.
According to her, they were at home on Wednesday when they heard of the bomb blast in Kawo and people were running there.
“My son said he was going there too and I told him to stay at home. But he sneaked out, and as usual, he carried his bag with woman clothes and mobile phones.”
She said she later heard that her son had been killed and later that he was arrested by the military.
Zubeida challeged the government and everyone to come to Aminu Kano Street in Mando and ask of Mansir Yusuf, saying “they all know him and know his spiritual challenges for years.”
An elderly man in Mando said the suspect was actually under spiritual attack.
“We have even suggesting treatment options to the family which I am sure they have commenced. But his case is purely a spiritual attack,” he said.
The suspect’s elder brother, Ibrahim Yusuf said; “the spirits making my brother to misbehave strangely have hindered him from doing any work to earn a living except the desire for wearing female clothes.”