Man Cut Off Rival’s Wrist With Cutlass During Fight Over Lover
Posted on September 20, 2022
Police operatives from the Nasarawa State Command have arrested a 21-year old man, Usman Danladi, a.k.a Murderer, for allegedly using a cutlass to cut off his rival, 25-year old Jibril Abdullahi’s hand for assaulting his lover.
P.M.EXPRESS reports that the incident happened at Tudun Wada Area, Auta Balefi of Karu LGA, Nasarawa State.
The victim, Abdullahi, will now have to live the rest of his life without one of his hands because the doctors said that the wrist cannot be fixed back because it has been separated from his body permanently.
This was confirmed by the Nasarawa State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Ramhan Nansel, who disclosed that the suspect was in Police custody undergoing interrogation over the conduct.
He stated that the incident happened on 16th September, 2022 at about 1600hrs. Information was received that one Jibrin Abdullahi ‘M’ 25 years of Kaduna State but a resident of Tudun Wada Area, Auta Balefi of Karu LGA, Nasarawa State was attacked and his wrist was chopped off.
Upon receipt of the information, Police operatives attached to Goshen City Division led by CSP Eunice Ogbadu, swiftly raced to the scene and rushed the victim to Federal Medical Centre, Keffi, for treatment and an intensive manhunt for the perpetrator of the dastardly act was immediately instituted.
The effort of the investigators paid off on 17th September, 2022, when the prime suspect, one Usman Danladi ‘M’ 21 years, a.k.a Murderer, was arrested.
Upon interrogation, the suspect confessed to the commission of the crime but claimed that the victim had earlier assaulted his girlfriend, (Aisha) and when he confronted him a fight ensued. In the process, he attacked the victim with a machete.
Consequently, Nasarawa State Commissioner of Police, CP Adesina Soyemi, has directed that the case be transferred to State Criminal Investigation Department, Lafia, for further investigation after which the suspect will be charged to Court for prosecution.