Muhammed Kabir, the six year old boy who was killed after ransom was paid to his abductors have been laid to rest in Kaduna.
Recall that Ghgossip reported that the remains of Muhammed Kabir was recovered after a N1m ransom was paid to his abductors,
According to reports from DailyTrust, Kabir was said to have been abducted from his parents’ home in Badarawa suburb of Kaduna North Local Government area and was allegedly murdered by his abductors, one of whom is supposed to be his neighbor.
From the graphic photos which circulated social media, the remains of Muhammed Kabir was dumped in drainage in Kano after long search and conveyed to Kaduna for burial.
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On Monday, the police paraded four other suspects linked to the death of the six year old boy.
Sharing photos and videos of the funeral prayer offered to Kabir on Saturday, May 1, a Facebook user, Jamil Jobo Magayaki wrote;
“It’s with a heavy heart that we buried our son Muhammad Kabir Magayaki today in Kaduna. We totally condemn this inhuman, ugly and evil act, we are determined to ensure the perpetrators of this heinous act face the full wrath of the law to serve as deterrent to others inshaAllah. Continue to Rest In Peace Muhammad”
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