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Police Nab Suspect Over Alleged Killing Of Two Brothers In Adamawa

The Adamawa State Police Command on Friday arrested a suspect for allegedly killing two brothers over a farmland dispute in the state.

New Telegraph gathered that the victims died when the suspect was having a dispute with the deceased over the controversial land and he fired a gun at them.

The suspected killer named; Mali Emmanuel was said to have had a disagreement with the victims over the farm located at Bori, in the Jada LGA area of the state.


According to a statement issued by the state’s police public relations officer, Suleiman Nguroje, which partly reads; “During the altercation, Emmanuel used his dane gun and shot the victims, leading to their unfortunate death.”

Nguroje further added that the 31-year-old Mali Emmanuel who is a vigilante man, was arrested “for firing and killing of Emmanuel Hamma Shehu and Almond Hamma Shehu, all residents of Bori village, Koma District of Jada Local Government Area.”

He however stated that investigations are continuing, after which the suspect would be charged for prosecution.

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