The murder suspect, Abubakar Maidobo.
The Niger State Police Command has arrested a man who allegedly butchered his two children to death. After committing the disturbing murder, he hid the dead bodies of his children inside the bush. Investigation conducted by officers of the Niger state police command led to the arrest of the suspect. The suspect, Abubakar Maidobo was arrested by men of Nasko Police Division. The suspect is an indigene of Maidabo village via Salka, Nasko Magama LGA.
Abubakar killed his two children, Umar Abubakar aged 8 years and Shehu Abubakar aged 4 years. After committing the murder, Abubakar packaged the bodies of the deceased inside two sacks and hid the dead bodies inside a bush. After the arrest of Abubakar, police men launched interogation and he confessed that he committed the crime. He also claimed that the killing of his children was "an act of God".
After Abubakar"'s confession, he took the police to the location where he hid the dead bodies. The dead bodies were taken to General Hospital Nasko for autopsy. The incident was confirmed by the Spokesperson of the command, ASP Waisu Abiodun. Waisu also revealed that the suspect confessed to the crime and also claimed it was an act of God. The murder case is still under investigation.
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