According to report, it was stated that two men where arrested by the Niger State Police Command for allegedly killing and butchering of an 18 years old girl in Effa village in Lavun Local Government Area of the state.
In accordance to the statement made by the spokesperson of the Niger State Command identified as Wasiu Abiodun, he revealed that information concerning the incident was received by the police operatives which prompted the arrest of the two suspects with names Abdulkadir Alh. Ibrahim and Abubakar Idris a.k.a Kullel who is 29 years of age.
They where said to have ganged up among themselves and lure one miss Hauwa Saidu to Effa village Lavun LGA where she was killed and butchered by the suspects with the aid of their cutlass. The spokesperson Wasiu added that some parts of the deceased's body were dismembered and taken away to an unknown destination while her remains was left in the bush. He confirmed that the two suspects where arrested and they both confessed to the crime.
Wasiu added that the suspects will be arraigned in court as soon as investigation is concluded.
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