Three nabbed over murder of Bauchi APC chairman
The police command Bauchi has arrested three suspects over the murder of Bauchi local government area chairman, Hussain Gwabba.
This is contained in a statement by the command’s pokesman SP Ahmed Wakil.
He said preliminary investigations into the murder of Mr Gwabba had led to the arrest of three suspects.
“The result of the autopsy is being awaited, the outcome of the investigation will be made public, please,” explained the police spokesman.
“On 14/05/2022 at about 11 30 Hrs, information was received from a good Samaritan that one Husseini Gwabba, 62, the new chairman of APC of Bauchi council, was in distress. DPO C Division visited the scene in a hotel located behind Specialist Hospital Bauchi where he met the victim vomiting,” the police statement added. “He immediately rushed him to ATBU Teaching Hospital Bauchi for treatment, where he was certified dead by a medical doctor.”
The spokesman also mentioned that police commissioner Umar Sanda appealed to the public to be calm.
He further stated that the police were investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of the deceased.
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