Sokoto State Governor, Alhaji Aminu Waziri Tambuwal, has visited Habibu Abubakar Nakasari, a 200 Level English Student of Usmanu Danfodio University Sokoto, admitted at Orthopedic Hospital Wamakko, Sokoto State after some unidentified gang cut-off his two hands and cart away his Motorcycle in Sokoto.
Habibu, was said to have been accosted around 2 am on Sunday around Manna area of Sokoto south local government where his two hands were cut off before his attackers flee with his motorcycle.
This is contained in a statement signed and released to journalists by Aminu Abdullahi Abubakar, the Director of Press to the Deputy Governor
According to the statement, the Deputy Governor, Hon. Manir Muhammad Dan’iya, who represented the Governor, arrived at the hospital to represent Governor Tambuwal, who is away to Abuja on official assignment vowed to apprehend and prosecute all those responsible in the act.
Speaking at the hospital, he said, “The Governor mandated me to come and visit you and your family to assure you that all hands are on deck to arrest and prosecute the perpetrators according to the law.
“This barbaric behaviour is unbecoming among the youth and our government will not condone such act, as this will be the last to be seen in the State God’s willing” Dan’iya added.
The Deputy Governor further disclosed that Governor has ordered the State government full settlements of all medical bills of the victim, while prayers to Allah to flush out the perpetrators of the evil act soon.
The Deputy Governor was accompanied in the visit to Orthopedic Hospital Wamakko by the Secretary Of the State Government Prof. Bashir Garba, Commissioner of Health Dr Ali Inname and Former Commissioner of Health Dr Shehu Balarabe Kakale among others.
It will be recalled that a few weeks ago another Young man Abdullahi Shehu fell victim of thuggery in Sokoto after the Elections results were announced when some youth alleged to be opposition party cut off one of his arms and had to be flown to Abuja to see if they can fix the hand but to no avail.