Man Arrested For Allegedly Killing Customs Officer In Kebbi

A man identified as Abdulwasiu Salawudeen, has been arrested for the death of a customs officer, Aminu Abdullahi, in Kebbi.

Disclosing this in a statement on Sunday, the Command’s Comptroller Mister, Ben Oramalugo, described the incident as sad, noting that the suspect has been taken into custody for further investigations.

On how he died; Ben said Abdullahi was killed by a speed vehicle that rammed into him while in the line of duty along Tamac road in Yauri local government area of Kebbi state.

Aminu was rushed to Yauri General hospital for treatment and was later transferred to Wammako orthopedic hospital for proper medical attention.

“He died while responding to treatment”, Ben said.

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