Kebbi Police Command parade debtor who kills creditor, others
Kebbi State Police Commissioner, Simon Titus Musa, on Wednesday paraded suspects with various cases of criminality to newsmen in Birnin Kebbi before arraigning them to court.
Amongst the suspects was Aminu Bello who borrowed N485, 000 from Abdulmajid Nasiru in Jega but the debtor lured the creditor who came to collect his money to a nearby bush and stabbed him multiple times in the head and neck.
Passersby, according to the CP, helped the victim to Aisha Buhari General Hospital where he was later pronounced dead and the Police went after the debtor, apprehended him and would soon be arraigned before the court after confessing his crime.
Also paraded was one Sa’idu Sani a.k.a Dankahuwa of Aliero town for defiling a 10-year old girl after which he threatened to kill her if she revelled what happened to anybody but luck ran out of him when the police got wind of the crime, got him arrested and would soon appear before the court of law.
Suspects with cases of sexual assault, vandalization, theft, trespassing, criminal conspiracy, armed robbery and illegal possession of fire arms were amongst the persons presented to the Press at the Police Headquarters, Birnin Kebbi.
Commenting further CP Samuel Musa said “In the light of the above I want to appeal on all stake holders to cooperate more with the Police in improving Police-Public Partnership as we seek to employ a multidimensional approach to curb the activities of miscreants infiltrating the territorial boundaries of Kebbi State.
“Let me also call on members of the public to be vigilant, as cases of theft of domestic animals are on the increase in the State. Prospective buyers are hereby warned to verify the authenticity of domestic animals before buying with a view to avoid being arrested for the offence of receiving stolen property.
“In the same vain, I want to appeal to the commercial motorcyclists (okada men) to be wary of the type of people they convey during their daily businesses. They are also requested to desist from operating during the night hours to avoid being victims of circumstances,” CP Musa cautioned.