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Police Yet To Arrest Suspected Killers Of Plateau Professor Despite Seeing Bank Details – Family Cries Out

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The household of a famend Professor of Cytogenetic, Gabriel Hemnave Asenge, who was murdered by suspected assailants in Jos, Plateau State, has appealed to President Muhammadu Buhari and the Inspector Normal of Police (IGP), Usman Alkali Baba to assist make sure that the killers of the late lecturer are prosecuted.

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Asenge was till his loss of life the Chairman, Board of Administrators of the Regional Bio Analysis Centre, Rayfield, Jos.



He was reportedly burnt in his car on a lonely street alongside Mararam Topp Rayfield, Jos on January 6, 2021.

Talking to SaharaReporters, the daughter of the late Professor, Rose Momodu complained about an alleged try and pervert justice on the aspect of law enforcement officials of the Plateau State command.

Rose, who described her late father as a kind-hearted man, mentioned the household had spent a lot in paying for “monitoring a number of numbers, vehicles to make arrests, gasoline, the whole lot.”

She added that the 71-year-old don was a dignified one that seldom received indignant, agitated, or conflicted with others.

“All we would like is justice, although the police have some suspects which I discovered from transfers constituted of my father’s account. I’ve finished many of the work; they’ve been detained and remanded in jail till the following listening to the place they’re hoping to get out on bail.

“Nonetheless, the suspects insist that they solely had entry to his telephone and never him. Even whereas they have been detained, I used to be nonetheless receiving alerts from his account so I do know that we don’t have the primary or all of the suspects.

“Additionally, cash was transferred from his account to 2 individuals the day he was discovered. However up until at the moment, the second suspect has not been arrested, though I despatched them the debit alert, financial institution particulars, and the Fb profile of the individual. 

“We have now spent a lot in paying for monitoring a number of numbers, vehicles to make arrests, gasoline, the whole lot however the furthest now we have received relies on my “work” of entering into my dad’s digital mails and retrieving his alerts.

“The police should not attempting laborious sufficient to get data. They claimed they can’t power them to say something until they volunteer data. I really feel it’s as a result of they’re Muslims that they’re dealt with with child’s gloves.

“I don’t see how harmless individuals are brutalized day by day by the police after which criminals are caught and they’re speaking about human rights. My father had the best to depart house that night and return to his household however that proper was taken away from him.”

The police had on February 11 paraded six suspects in reference to the late Asenge’s homicide.

“On January 9, 2021, about 9pm, Prof. Asenge Hambeve Gabriel (68), residing at Outdated Authorities Home space, Fwavei Rayfield, Jos, was reported lacking at Anglo-Jos Police Station by his members of the family,” the state Police Commissioner, Edward Egbuka had mentioned

“The mentioned professor left his home on January 9, 2021, about 6.30pm in his Honda Accord car with registration quantity: EPE 469 CU. On the morning of January 10, 2021, when nothing was nonetheless heard from him, a search celebration was organized.

“In the middle of the investigation of the case, six suspects have been arrested, together with the principal suspect, Yusuf Ahmed, who transferred cash from the deceased account to a POS, from the place he acquired money.

“Different suspects arrested included Rufai Sabiu, Yasir Musa, Yusuf Adam, Lawan Adamu Wase, and Muharazu Mohammed, all males, of Gangere space, Jos.

“Additional investigation has revealed that these suspects are a harmful and complicated gang of criminals who specialise in robbing victims at gunpoint, accessing their financial institution particulars by means of their telephones and siphoning cash from their accounts.

“Already, a few of their victims have come ahead to make statements to the detectives investigating the case.”

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