The Kaduna State Government on Wednesday, welcomed the arrest of the suspected killers of His Royal Highness, the Agom Adara, Dr. Maiwada Galadima.
Recall that the paramount ruler was kidnapped along Kaduna-Kachia road, alongside his wife and driver. Though, his police orderly was killed on the spot. The wife and driver were released.
However a statement by Samuel Aruwan, Governor Nasir El-Rufai’s Spokesman, while reacting over the arrest of the monarch’s suspected killers said that: “what must swiftly follow is the conclusion of the investigation and the diligent prosecution of the arrested suspects”
The statement reads: “The Kaduna State Government welcomes the arrest of suspects in the kidnap and murder of HRH Agom Adara, Dr. Maiwada Galadima. The government commends the security agencies for this breakthrough, and urges that all agencies must do their utmost to conclude investigations, arraign the suspects before a competent court and ensure that justice is done.
“Diligent prosecution of criminal suspects is vital to the social order, assuring victims that they will get justice and signalling to criminals the inevitability of punishment. This reassures citizens and duly increases confidence in the law enforcement agencies.
“Government appeals to all residents to keep the state calm, and to their utmost to preserve and uphold harmony in their communities. It is important to stand together as a law-abiding community to defeat criminal elements and deny them any succour, be it tribe, tongue or religion.” the statement said.
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