How Native Dactor Killed A Man While Testing Bulletproof Charm In Katsina State
Usman Saidu of Kakumi village in Bakori Local Government Area of Katsina State, has been arrested over alleged criminal conspiracy and culpable homicide. It’s gathered the 45-year-old native doctor killed a man while testing a bulletproof charm which he claimed could repel bullets. He was preparing the charm for one Aliyu Yahuza, 27, on December 22, 2017, at Gobirawa village in Safana Local Government Area of the state
Police Police prosecutor, Inspector Sani Ado, told Bakori Magistrate Court that after Yahuza had consumed the concoction, a dane gun was brought to test the efficacy of the medicine on him. The native doctor then fired at Yahuza’s chest, killing him on the spot.
Ado also disclosed that the victim was taken to General Hospital, Dustinma, where he was pronounced dead by medical doctors. He added, that “his corpse was photographed and then released to relatives for burial.”
The court granted a request for an adjournment after Inspector Ado had disclosed investigations was still in progress on the case. Meanwhile, Hajiya Falila Dikko of the Magistrate Court, however, directed that Saidu be remanded in prison custody till February 22 when the matter would be heard.
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