Man Pictured Smiling After He Was Arrested For K!lling His Parents With A Pestle


Man Pictured Smiling After He Was Arrested For K!lling His Parents With A Pestle

Munkaila Adamu, 37-year-old man has been arrested by the police for reportedly murdering his parents with a pestle in Gagarawa Local Government Area of Jigawa State.

A statement released by the spokesperson of the State Police Command, DSP Lawan Shiisu Adam confirms that the suspect committed the outrageous crime on Thursday 1st September 2022 at Unguwar Malamai Quarters in Gagarawa town.

The statement further revealed that the suspect used a wooden pestle and attacked both his 70-year-old father, Ahmad Muhammad who was also the village head of the community and mother, Hauwa Ahmadu,60, in their room.

They were both rushed to the hospital for treatment after the attack but unfortunately, they were pronounced dead. Two other people, named Kailu Badugu, 65, and Hakalima Ahmadu, 50 were also reported to have been injured in the process and currently receiving treatment at the hospital

Investigations have already commenced as the police find out what led to the hideous crime as the suspect remains in their custody until he is being arraigned before the court.

In other news, Temple Samuel, a 21-year-old car wash attendant has been reportedly arrested by the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) for attempting to leave the country after stealing and selling his boss’ car.

According to reports, the suspect stole the car from Egbeda about midnight on Saturday before being apprehended in Ogba at around 8:00 a.m. on Sunday. Along with three other defendants who took part in the car’s sale scheme, he was detained.

Temple stole one iPhone X and one iPhone 13, in addition to the car, and then transferred N75,000 from his boss’ bank account. At the time they were discussing the purchase of the Lexus ES 330 automobile with him, his conspirators were detained. The conspirators were Joshua Agboche, 37, Chukwuemeka Okorie, 29, and Benjamin Bassey, 32.

When questioned, Temple, who was the boss’s car wash attendant, admitted that he had been toying with the notion of utilizing the money from the sale of the vehicle for his trip abroad for a few weeks.

He claimed that when his boss was sleeping on Saturday at 12 a.m., he drove the vehicle from Egbeda to his friend Bassey’s house in Ikeja. He was supposed to meet the other buyers on Sunday after they arrived at Ogba when they were apprehended by the authorities.

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