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Breaking: Gunmen kill Senator Na’Allah’s son in Kaduna

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Gunmen have on Sunday ,Killed Captain Abdulkarim Bala Na”Allah, the first Son of Senator Bala Na’ Allah in his Malali GRA Residence.

Although the authorities are yet to react on the gruesome murder of the pilot.

Alhaji Mohammed Garba, an aide to Senator Bala Ibn Na”Allah , confirmed the development to journalists.

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Newsmen were told that the pilot who was 36,was found dead in a bedroom in his home at the Malali GRA Kaduna.

The deceased pilot who married recently, was said to have tied and strangled him to death by the killers.

“The killers took  his vehicle and personal belongings.  They  gained entrance to the house through the roof behind the house and entered his section through the ceiling.

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A neighbour’s security guard  noticed the gate of the house was  opened and raised alarm ,” he said.

According to him,the funeral prayers of the late pilot  will hold at Yahaya Road Masjid and he will be buried at Unguwan Sarki cemetery in Kaduna.

 

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