Hanifa’s Death: NGO Requests Speedy Trial Of Arrested Killers
A Non-governmental Organization, the Kano LEADS DaRUWANA, has called on government and relevant authorities to be firm in ensuring justice and accelerated judicial trial of the arrested kidnappers and killers of a five-year-old Hanifa Abubakar, in Kano State. NEWSDIARY reports.
The NGO made the call in Abuja on Monday at a press conference addressed by its President, Hajiya Aisha Dankani, mni. Information Guide Nigeria
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According to NEWSDIARY, the press statement was co-signed by Dankani, the Chairman Board of Trustees, Alhaji Bashir Dalhatu, and the Chairman, Abuja Chapter, Sani Sufi.
Hanifa was abducted by her school teacher, Abdulmalik Tanko, held hostage for over a month, then poisoned and killed her after a N6 million ransom claim was collected by the kidnappers on Dec. 4, 2021. jamb results
Dankani, who condemned the heinous crime, said that in such a straight forward case where the major culprit had already confessed to his crime and all available evidences adduced, government must see fast track the judicial process.
“Such celebrated cases have over the years been left unattended to, leading to problems and often contrives miscarriage of justice.
“Such failings are the excuses for some misguided elements to take the law into their hands, leading to a break down of law and order. We can’t afford to continue this way,” she said.