Some unknown persons have smashed the skull of an 11-year-old Almajiri from a Qur’anic school at Kofar Wambai area of Bauchi metropolis, and left with his brain.
It was gathered from residents of the area that someone called 2 pupils, telling them that he wanted to give them something and after lured them to where the 11-year-old Almajiri’s top dog was smashed with a stone.
According to the residents, who pleaded not to be named, it was the moment boy who escaped, who they said was in appall, that narrated what happened to them, adding that they went to the scene where they saw the remains of the boy.
They added that upon the find, they promptly acted by informing the law in relation to the evolution.
Confirming the incident, the Bauchi Province Police force Command Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Ahmed Mohammed Wakil, informed that a good Samaritan reported the incident to the law.
According to the law spokesman, a Superintendent of Police force (SP), “Police force received a distress telephone from a good Samaritan that an unknown individual had used a stone to break the skull of the Almajiri pupil.
“The 2 Qur’anic school pupils, Muhammad Yunusa -11 years and Aminu Yusuf -12 years old were deceived by unknown persons who used that stone to break the skull of Yunusa and ran to unknown destination.”
The PPRO informed that upon the receipt of the distress telephone, law personnel instantly mobilized to the scene of the criminal offense, where they met Yunus lying in the puddle of his blood.
According to Wakil, “they (law) took him to the Bauchi Specialist Infirmary, Bauchi, where a medical doc certified him dead.”
He explained that the province Commissioner of Police force, Sylvester Abiodun Alabi, had directed the Divisional Police force Officer (DPO) of “A” Partition to deed on the instance with instant effect.
He added that CP Alabi farther directed that no stone must be left unturned in arresting the perpetrators of the deed in say to convey them to book.
The PPRO so advised parents and guardians to monitor the motion of their children and wards, adding that, “they should not allow them to respond calls from strangers in the proper noun of giving them something.”
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