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Troops nab two over murder of seminarian



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Troops of Operation Safe Haven (OPSH) have apprehended two people over the killing of a seminarian, Naman Stephen Ngophe.

St Raphael Catholic Church, Fadan-Kamanton, Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State, was set ablaze by gunmen on September 9, and the seminarian was killed in the inferno, Chronicle NG reports.

The suspects were paraded at the OPSH headquarters by the troops, and the operation’s spokesperson, Captain Oya James, identified them as Ahmed Abdullahi and Hassan Mato.

In response, Abdullahi disputed the charge, claiming he had no knowledge of the act.

He said, “I was at home when security personnel came and arrested me. I was brought here and punished severely without committing any offence. I am from a royal house, and I can’t commit this kind of crime. I was not told what I did until now.”

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