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Sunday, 29 July 2018

20 Year Old Man Tortured To Death Over Alleged Robbery

A 20-year-old man has been allegedly tormented to death by some Nigerian Air Force faculty in Kaduna over robbery.
It was assembled that the man distinguished as Abdulsalam Samaila was a worker who occupied with a few employments in the NAF base before he met his death.
It was additionally assembled that Abdulsalam, an inhabitant of Hayin Banki was gotten by the fighters along with two others on Wednesday and taken to the base where they were tormented.
Advice to the casualty's family, Barrister Adamu Yusuf of Mamman Nasir and Co. Chambers who affirmed the episode to our journalist said the occurrence has been accounted for to the Kawo Divisional Police Station.
He additionally noticed that his chamber will compose an appeal to the Chief of Air Staff and other important specialists to guarantee that equity is finished.
Portraying the occurrence to news men, Barrister Adamu stated, "My customer, a worker and two others were captured by troopers from the NAF base on Wednesday after they struck a house in Hayin Banki over an asserted burglary at an officer's home in the base."
"The two young men, in the wake of being beaten extremely, drawn out the things they had stolen, sadly, my customer was not able draw out any thing and they beat him on the head which in the long run prompted his passing."
"I am not saying my customer is guiltless, but rather the troopers don't have the privilege to torment him and they have no privilege to hold him for more than 24 hours. They should have given him over to the police and permit the law follow through to its logical end, rather they beat him to death."
Solicited how he got news from the demise of his customer, he stated, "The troopers went to the family place recently Abdulsalam, they met the mother and requesting that her come and take the carcass and that they will foot every one of the bills, that is the manner by which the story turned out."
He included, "The warriors said they need to direct a post-mortem examination to decide the reason for his passing, yet we are demanding that the post-mortem is done in a non military personnel healing facility so that there is straightforwardness in the outcome."
Whenever reached, the Public Relations Officer, Air Training Comand, Kaduna, Squadron Leader Reginald Ovasi said primer examination has initiated to learn the genuine photo of the occurrence.

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