According to a news that was posted by Sahara Reporters yesterday night, it has been alleged that a young boy from Adamawa State has stabbed his 21 year old friend to death over a mobile phone worth N55,000.
It was made that the 18 year old suspect, whose name was given as Abdulkarim was apprehended by men of Adamawa State Police Command in Mubi area of the state, after he allegedly stabbed his friend whom he suspect took his mobile phone while he was sleeping.
In the information that was given, it was alleged that the suspect, along with two of his other friends went to a filling station in Mubi to steal jerry cans of petrol but, they were not successful in the robbery operation, as they went back home and slept on their bed immediately.
When Abdulkarim woke up the next day, he discovered that his mobile phone valued at N55,000 was already missing and he asked his two friends whom they both slept together, and one of them told him that it was Hassan, that came into the house while they were sleeping.
Due to this, the suspect went to Hassan's house in the morning and confronted him for stealing his phone, as this led to a heated argument between them and in order to test each other's might, the duo who were accompanied by their two friends agreed to go to the riverside in their area to fight.
Abdulkarim alleged that before they got to the riverside, Hassan picked a stone and threw it at him and this made him bring out his knife and stabbed the deceased twice, on his head and on his chest and when he saw that his friend had died, he fled the scene immediately but was later arrested by police operatives.
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