My son not killed with gun, says Na’Allah
Buhari, Lawan condole with senator
Senator Bala Ibn Na’Allah (Kebbi South) has said that the killers of his son were not armed with guns.
In a statement, yesterday, the lawmaker expressed hope that the death of his son would play a major role in finding solution to Nigeria’s security problems.
He explained that the killers gained access through the roof and strangled the pilot.
The Kebbi senator thanked the police and Kaduna State government for their intervention and prayed God to grant his son eternal rest.
President of the Senate, Ahmad Lawan, and President Muhammadu Buhari have sympathised with the Na’Allah family over the gruesome murder of their son in Kaduna.
A statement by his media adviser, Ola Awoniyi, the senate president said he was deeply saddened by the dastardly murder of the young pilot.
President Buhari said: “The death of Abdulkareem is another tragic chapter in our current security challenges, but I reassure Nigerians that my commitment to protect the lives and property of all Nigerians remains unwavering.
“Human intelligence is essential to the efforts to defeat these criminals; those who work as informants for criminals are destroying their own communities for the sake of pitiful financial gratification.”
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