Police arrest housewife for allegedly conspiring with former in-laws to kill husband

The Kebbi State Police Command have arrested one Auta Dogo, a nursing mother for allegedly conspiring with two others to kill her husband, Abdullahi Shaho.

A woman in handcuffs (Stock photos)

Danjuma said that the suspects allegedly conspired with her former in-laws to kill her husband.

He also claimed: “ One Auta Dago conspired with her former father in-law Garba Hassan and brother-in-law Garba Sahabi to allegedly kill her present husband in the bush.”

According to the police commissioner, the suspect, who resides in Sabongari village in Bagudo Local Government of the state, allegedly confessed to conspiring to kill Shaho of Tungar Bature village to enable her go back to her former husband, Idris Garba.

According to NAN, One of the suspects said that they attacked and killed Shaho in the bush using machete and stick.

The police commissioner said all the suspects had been arrested and would be charged to court after the completion of investigation.

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