Police Arrests Man Who Killed Spouse in Kogi

The Kogi State Police has apprehended Siyaka Muhammed, the man who allegedly murdered his spouse, Aisha Aminu in Kogi, and had been at large.

The incident occurred on Wednesday June 8th, 2023 in Obehira, Okene Local Government Area of Kogi State.

According to reports, Muhammed, aged 44, allegedly stabbed his spouse multiple times in the early hours of that morning.

After committing the offense at about 6am,he fled the scene, an eye witness recounted.

The Force Public Relations Officer, SP William Aya stated that the police command was actively pursuing the suspect in order to arrest him for prosecution.

However, the Chairman of Kogi Central People with Disabilities Association (KCPWDs), Yakubu Nazir Abdulhakeem disclosed the arrest in a statement on Friday.

The deceased who was physically disabled, was a member of the association.

“The loss of Aisha Aminu was a devastating tragedy that deeply affected our disabled community. However, the security relentless efforts to arrest and bringing the perpetrator to justice have provided a sense of closure and relief to her disabled community, family and friends. Your professionalism, expertise, and thorough investigation skills have undoubtedly played a crucial role in this successful outcome.

“Your teamwork and coordination with the local law enforcement agencies, as well as your tireless commitment to upholding the safety and security of our community, have not gone unnoticed. Your exemplary service serves as an inspiration to others and reinforces our faith in the law enforcement system.

“Once again, please accept our heartfelt appreciation and gratitude for your unwavering dedication to protecting our disabled community and ensuring justice for Aisha Aminu. The Chairman selfless actions have made a significant difference and have undoubtedly helped restore a sense of safety and security.

“Please extend my sincere appreciation to your team members who contributed to this successful arrest. Their hard work and commitment are equally deserving of recognition,” Abdulhakeem said.

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