Husband Kills Imam Attahiru Alhassan After ‘Catching Him In Bed’ With His Wife

The Chief Imam of Enagi town, Alhaji Attahiru Alhassan, has
been stabbed to death for allegedly having a sexual
relationship with the second wife of one Umaru Jubrin.
Jubrin, 35, was said to have caught the Chief Imam who
was 48 years old and his wife in bed at a neighbour’s
Jubrin was paraded at the police headquarters in Minna, the
state capital, on Tuesday, where he narrated what transpired
on the day he caught the Imam and his wife together.
He added that the deceased walked past him into a
neighbour’s house, where his wife had earlier told him she
was going to a toilet behind the compound.
He explained that when he did not see his wife after about
an hour, he decided to go searching for her and he heard
her voice in the neighbour’s house.
“I entered and met the Chief Imam naked on the bed with
my wife. They were sleeping together. I didn’t do anything, I
left them and went to my brother’s house to report what I
saw,” he said.
Jubrin further explained that he became aggravated when
the Chief Imam called him for a dialogue over the incident.
“During the discussion, things became heated, we argued
with each other and I forcefully collected the iron rod with
Alhaji Alhassan and stabbed him on the neck.”
This led to the death of the Imam and Jubrin fled but he
was apprehended at Batati village in Lavun local government
area of the state.
Aggrieved youths of Enagi town reportedly stormed the
Police station in an attempt to lynch the suspect but the
police relocated him to the Police Headquarters in Minna.
Briefing newsmen at the Police Headquarters, the Police
Public Relations Officer, DSP Wasiu Abiodun said the
suspect confessed that he killed the Imam out of anger.
He said investigation had commenced into the incident and
that the suspect will be arraigned in court soon.

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