A 32-year-old James Isma’il has been arrested by the Kano State Police Command for allegedly killing his colleague during a fight at the Fas Agro Sacks Company, Sharada Ja’in Quarters, in Kano State.
This was disclosed in a statement issued by the state public relations officer, Abdullahi Kiyawa, on Sunday.
According to the statement, a distress call was received on January 21, at approximately 8:30 am via the command’s emergency number.
The report stated that a fight broke out between two employees of the Fas Agro Sacks Company, which was located in the Sharada Ja’in Quarters of Kano, which resulted in the death of one 32-year-old Tukur Adamu.
However, the Kano State Commissioner of Police, Usaini Gumel, has assured diligent investigation and prosecution of the suspect.
The statement partly reads, “On the 21st January 2024, at about 08:30 am, a distress call was received through the Command’s emergency number; 08032419754, that fighting erupted between two staff of Fas Agro Sacks Company located at Sharada Ja’in Quarters Kano, which led to the death of one Tukur Adamu, 32.
“The situation was immediately brought under control, and the suspects were transferred to the Command’s Criminal Investigation Department, Homicide Section, for discrete investors and also calls on the good people of the State to avoid taking laws into their hands.
“On arrival at the scene, the body was rushed to Murtala Mohammed Specialist Hospital Kano, where a medical doctor certified the body dead, whereas the suspect, James Isma’il, aged 32 years, ‘m’, was arrested. Similarly, thirteen (13) of the thugs were so far arrested.”