A wicked father, named Aminu Farawa, has been arrested by officers of the Kano State Police Command for allegedly locking up his biological son, one Ahmed Aminu, aged 30 years, inside his car garage within his house for close to Seven (7) years without proper feeding and healthcare.
Disclosing this development in a release on Friday 14August, 2020 by the Kano State Police Command Diary, Aminu Farawa upon interrogation was said to have confessed that he confined his son inside their garage to stop him from further involving in illicit drug undertakings.
Upon information received about Ahmed’s ordeal in the hands of his father, a Team of Operation “Puff-Adder”, raised by the Police Unit in Kano, quickly swung into action to rescue the constricted son, before rushing him to the Murtala Muhamed Specialist Hospital in the state.
The Command’s Commissioner of Police CP Habu A. Sani, has however ordered that the case be transferred to the State Criminal Investigations Department (SCID) for Discreet Investigations.
The Release follows;
KANO STATE POLICE COMMAND DIARY 14/08/2020
The Kano State Police Command wishes to inform members of the general public that on the 13/08/2020 at about 2315hrs, information received revealed that one Aminu Farawa ‘m’ locked up his biological son, one Ahmed Aminu ‘m’ 30 years old of the same address inside his car garage within his house for about seven (7) years without proper feeding and health care.
2. Team of Operation Puff-Adder was raised and immediately swung in to action. The victim was rescued and rushed to Murtala Muhammed Specialist Hospital Kano and admitted. The father was arrested. Preliminary investigations revealed that the father confessed to have locked-up the victim for three (3) years on allegation of suspected Drug-Abuse. However, the Command’s Commissioner of Police CP Habu A. Sani, psc ordered the Case be transferred to State Criminal Investigations Department (SCID) for Discreet Investigations.
DSP ABDULLAHI HARUNA,
POLICE PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
FOR: COMMISSIONER OF POLICE, KANO STATE.