Kano police command investigates beheading of minor by Almajiri

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Police arrest man for allegedly printing, distributing fake Police ID Cards
Police arrest man for allegedly printing, distributing fake Police ID Cards

The Police Command in Kano State has commenced investigation into the circumstances surrounding the alleged beheading of a minor, Mohammed Saidu, by an Almajiri at Kanwa village, Madobi Local Government Area.

The Commissioner of Police in the state Mr Usaini Gumel, told the News Agency of Nigeria

(NAN) in Kano on Friday, said 6-year-old Saidu was allegedly killed by the 16 year-old Almajiri simply identified as Abdullahi.

Gumel said Abdullahi who hails from Zamfara,was sighted at Kanwa village by a good Samaritan while in possession of a blood-stained knife strongly suspected to be human blood.

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Upon searches he said the headless body of Saidu was found in a nearby primary school.

He said the suspect was then taken to the house of the village head to prevent him from being lynched.

However, the angry mob overwhelmed the village head, descended on the suspect and inflicted serious injuries on him, the commissioner said.

He said when the police arrived at the suspect confessed to the crime, saying he dumped the head of the victim in a pit toilet adjacent to the primary school.

He said the suspect was taken to the Kwankwaso Cottage Hospital but died while receiving treatment.

The remains of the victim were recovered and moved to the hospital for examination and was later released to his relatives for burial, Gumel further told NAN.( NAN)

By Aminu Garko

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