Gombe uncle to face trial for tried homicide – NSCDC

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The Commandant of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps Gombe State Muhammad Bello, on Sunday advised The PUNCH that Yahaya Buba, the uncle that necessitated the amputation of a 21-year-old nephew can be charged with tried homicide.

Bello in an interview with our correspondent decried the tying of the arms of Adamu Mohammed, for allegedly stealing a telephone.

Our correspondent had reported that Mohammed’s arms have been tied which culminated in its amputation.

The tying had triggered his arms to grow to be numb following a scarcity of blood circulation.

The commandant mentioned, “We are charging him for attempted murder. What he did was an attempt to the boy’s life, for life he has incapacitated him.”

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Debunking insinuations that the Corps would launch him following the shut ties, he shares with the sufferer, he bemoaned the complicity of the sufferer’s father for utilizing the cash offered to deal with his son.

“We aren’t mad to launch him (the perpetrator). Initially, we arrested the organic father for his pure act of cruelty.

“The Money is given to him by the uncle he takes it and flees leaving his son to suffer. He didn’t give the boy the proper treatment early enough even when the culprit Yahaya Buba, provided it,” he mentioned.

Bello lambasted an alleged Non-Governmental Organisation for taking credit score for the remedy of Mohammed.

He mentioned, “We will investigate Gongola Charity Foundation claims of course that is not correct. It is dubious for them to take credit for doing nothing. NSCDC has been taking care of the boy, in line with its mandate of defending the defenceless.”

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