- Three people have been arrested for allegedly stabbing a man to death in Kano state
- The Police said the suspects hit Abdulaziz Lawan with a car and afterwards stabbed him to death
- According to the Police, the suspects were arrested when they attempted to dump the victim’s body at Abedi by France road Sabon Gari Quarters
The Police in Kano has arrested three suspected criminals, who allegedly hit one Abdulaziz Lawan, 2, of Fagge Quarters in Kano with a car and afterwards stabbed him to death.
DSP Abdullahi Haruna, the Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) of Kano Command, who disclosed this in a statement on Monday, May 6, said that the suspects used a Mercedes Benz 180 C-Class to commit the offence.
Haruna said that the incident occurred on May 6, at about 3 pm.
The PPRO further alleged that the suspects were arrested when they attempted to dump the victim’s body at Abedi by France road Sabon Gari Quarters.
According to him, the Mercedes car has been recovered as a piece of evidence.
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He said that the victim was rushed to the Murtala Muhammad Specialist Hospital Kano, where he was confirmed dead.
Haruna said the command had begun investigation into the matter, adding that the suspects would be charged to court after investigation.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that President Muhammadu Buhari has reacted to the current insecurity across various states in Nigeria.
The president said kidnapping has now become an occupation and industry for Nigerian youths.
Speaking on Monday, May 6, at the flag-off distribution of cotton seeds and inputs to 100,000 cotton farmers for 2019 planting season in Katsina, President Buhari attributed the insecurity to lack of jobs for the youths.
Represented by the minister of agriculture and rurual development, Audu Ogbeh, the president said the revival of the cotton production and the textile industries will help create more jobs among youths.
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