The Niger State Police Command Has arrested two men in Effa village in Lavun LGA of Niger State for cutting into pieces an 18years old girl on June 24th.
According to the Niger State police public relations officer, Wasiu Abiodun, in a statement, stated that operatives attached to SARS in Minna, arrested two suspects after receiving credible information from members of the public, the suspects were identified as, Abdulkadir Alh. Ibrahim and Abubakar Idris a.k.a Kullel, 29, it was gathered that the two dubiously lured the victim, Identified as Hauwa Saidu residing in Fulani camp kpada to an unknown area in Effa village, and subsequently killed her with a cutlass.
Further speaking, Wasiu said, the deceased body were severed and taken away to unknown destination and other parts were dumped in the bush, however, the suspects were arrested and have admitted to the crime, the remains of the body was also recovered.
According to Wasiu, the suspects will be charged to court as soon as investigations are concluded.
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