Friday, 7 September 2018

Herdsmen Behead PDP Chairman in Adamawa State

Suspicious breeders Fulani beheaded the chairman of the Democratic People's Party in the denuded area of ​​the Numan local government area in Adamawa State, Charles Chrisanthus.

The politician was killed in the presence of his wife, Dorcas, on his farm on August 29, 2018.

The widow of the murdered leader of the PDP, however, accuses the police of protecting the murderers of her husband.

When she spoke in an interview with Punch's correspondent at the state's criminal investigation department where she filed her complaint Tuesday, Dorcas told Northern City News that only justice for her murdered husband would bring her peace.

She said she was holding her four-month-old son and watched helplessly as the assailants killed her husband.

"His attackers, led by our Fulani neighbors, repeatedly put him on his back and on his stomach before beheading my husband on our farm and taking it with his head," she said.

Claiming to have made some arrests, the police had invited the president's widow and three other women from the state's criminal investigation department for their statements.

During the IDC, the families of the deceased were notified of the whereabouts of the alleged killers.

The affected families, they discovered, discovered that some of the suspects arrested in connection with the murder had received medical assistance in an outpatient hospital.

Dorcas said she could identify her husband's murderers, noting that the police were protecting them from responding to their crimes.

"The police, under the pretext that she could seek medical attention from the suspects, protects those who killed my husband, all I want is justice," she said.

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