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Man kills Katsina motorcycle operator, steals bike

 
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Nigerian News Update » Nigerian Newspapers
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A 46-year old man, Isiya Inusa, has admitted to killing a commercial motorcyclist, Al-Hassan Usani, over his inability to pay the N100 fare charged by the deceased.

Inusa told journalists at the headquarters of Katsina State Police Command on Thursday that he killed his victim with a knife following a disagreement over the fare.

He said, “Yes ,I slaughtered him (Usani) with my knife. I asked him to take me to Kabuki village from Kankara; He demanded a N100 fare, but I did not tell him I could not afford it.

“On our way, I drew out my knife and slaughtered him. The police later arrested me while riding on the motorcycle,” Inusa said in Hausa.

Police sources said the incident happened on Tuesday along Kankara/Kabuki road.

It was however learnt that Inusa tricked his victim into taking him to kabuki village with the aim of snatching his motorcycle.

“It was along the way that Inusa drew out a knife and slaughtered the motorcyclist after which he dumped his body along the road. The blood stains on his clothes and on the motorcycle, gave him away to our vigilant officers who promptly arrested him before his case was transferred to the headquarters,” a source said.
 
 
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