A broker in Yola, Adamawa State capital, has set up what is broadly seen as a courageous demonstration, warding off two famously risky youthful looters referred to in Adamawa speech as Shilla Boys.
The merchant, a retailer named Mohammed Adama, is said to have fended off the two Shilla Boys who endeavored to break into his arrangement shop, in spite of the fact that he almost lost his life in the process.
Mohammed who works his shop in Sangere Bode, a local area in Yola South Local Government Area nearly 15 kilometers outside the primary town of Yola, was said to have been so difficult on the adolescent gangsters, as he nearly removed the left hand of one of the weapon-employing boys.
Available subtleties show that the episode occurred on the second of September when the suspects, Umar Sa’ad who is 18 and Mohammed Idris who is 20, furnished themselves with cutlasses, hammers, cutting forceps and sticks, and raged the arrangement look around 2:00am.
Upon their landing in the shop, the young men began breaking the entryway, yet Mohammed whose shop is near his home, heard the sound, and equipped himself with a cutlass, emerged from his room and pursued the young men, one of who ran off, leaving the person who confided in the might of his weapons to go head to head against the shop owner.
The youthful looter had the advantage in the trading of wounds, to such an extent that the retailer, even in the wake of incurring profound cuts on the kid, seeped into obviousness, which the kid took for death and ran away.
Family individuals and neighbors who found out about the thing was going on came out and surged Mohammed to clinic, and the next morning, neighbors and police investigators followed the bloodstains on the ground directly from the location of the crime to the place of the suspect at Sangere Bode and captured him and his gangster who had before fled.
The two suspects are currently confronting arraignment at the Chief Magistrate Court 1 in Yola, for “criminal connivance, tearing open a container containing property and causing appalling hurt.”
The respondents conceded, after which the examiner, ASP Francis Audu, implored the court to dismiss the case to empower the indictment called an observer to substantiate their plea.
In his decision Chief Magistrate Aliyu Bawuro suspended the case to the 23rd of September, 2021 and requested the remand of the litigants in jail custody.
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