Body of slain WHO worker discovered inZamfara

The decomposed body of a staff of the World
Health Organisation (WHO), Zamfara State
office, Bello Abdullahi Kaura, who was allegedly
killed by a soldier and a police Inspector about
three months ago, has been discovered.
Impeccable source at the WHO office, who
pleaded for anonymity, told the news men, that
the deceased was murdered after he was
dispossesed of N2.8 million which was meant
to cover the expenses of the July immunisation
exercise in Anka Local Government Area of the
state. Source said that when the deceased
collected the money, he brought the money
home and informed his co-tenants (the soldier
and a police inspector) about it. Findings
revealed that the next day, which was the day
of the immunisation exercise, the deceased
failed to report at his duty post, unknown to his
colleagues, he was cajoled by his killers to an
unknown destination.

council worker in Zaria
Findings by the Nigerian Tribune revealed that
the deceased was taken to a bush along Anka-
Gummi Road by his murderers where he was
killed. His car was stolen and sold for
N800,000, while his cell phone, was sold for
N3,000, to a teenager in Anka town. However,
nemesis caught up with the alleged murderers,
when one of the relations of the deceased
discovered that someone was still using the cell
phone of the deceased through the anti-theft
device, which the deceased had programmed
with his number. Security operatives were then
alerted and subsequently, the user of the phone,
the soldier and the police officer, were all
apprehended. In the cause of investigation, the
embattled soldier and the police took the
security operatives to the scene of the incident
and the decomposed body of the deceased was
discovered. When contacted, the Commanding
Officer of the 232 Battalion, Gusau Lieutenant
Colonel U.B. Onachukwu, confirmed the incident
but he added that investigation is still ongoing
by combined security operatives of the police,
State Security and the military.

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