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The Kano State Police Command has arrested two suspects on suspicion of committing manslaughter in different parts of the state.

This was contained in a statement by the command’s spokesperson, SP Abdullahi Kiyawa, in Kano on Thursday.

He said one Chidera Ugwu was arrested in Tofa Local Government Area for allegedly killing a pregnant woman by administering an incorrect injection in an attempt to abort her fetus.

He said on December 20, 2023, from one Nula Balarabe in Tofa LGA, one Ukasha Muhammad of Wrangeru village in Tofa LGA, to his sister Amina Bala in Kwanalu Mafuwa Tofa local government area of ​​Kano. He explained that he had received a report that he had impregnated her.

“The said Ukasha Muhammad conspired with Chidera Ugwu of Lambum Banki Tofa LGA to administer injections and drugs to Amina Balarabe with the intention of causing a miscarriage, as a result of which she died.”

“The suspects were arrested and confessed to the crime. Investigation revealed that Chidera Ugwu is suspected of administering a lethal injection to a pregnant woman with tragic consequences.

“The arrest of this quack doctor represents an important step forward in our continued efforts to protect the lives and well-being of our state's residents.

Similarly, a notorious thug from Dara LGA, Yusuf Haruna alias Ragwatsani, was also arrested for the senseless murder of a well-known Islamic cleric.

“On December 31, 2023, Mr. Musa Yunusa of Kano, Jakara District, said that on the same day, Mr. Yusuf Haruna attacked Mr. Malam Sani Mohammed Shuaib of the same address during a performance and stabbed him in the back with a sharp knife. for purifying him and warning him and his gang to stop smoking Indian cannabis on the premises of the mosque.

“As a result, the victim sustained deep injuries and was rushed to Murtala Muhammed Specialist Hospital where he was pronounced dead by doctors.

“This incident shocked the community and officers worked tirelessly to identify and arrest the perpetrators.

This arrest is a testament to our unwavering commitment to uphold the sanctity of life and bring justice to those affected by such heinous acts. ”

He said the suspects would be charged in court after investigation.

Source: guardian.ng

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