A hard working community police assistant with the Buipe police command in the central Gonja district of the Savannah Region, Mr Salisu Lampo has been gun down by a Fulani Herdsman at Lingbinkura near Buipe.
The tragic incidence happened on Thursday January 20th, 2022, a relative of the deceased, Adam Mbonwura who spoke with Bole based Nkilgi FM said that the deceased was shot while he was on a motorcycle with a CID officer. According to Adam Mbonwura, the Fulani Herdsman has been on police wanted list after killing a man weeks ago.
According to Adam Mbonwura, on reaching Lingbinkura around Buipe area, the deceased police and Cid spotted the Fulani man, the CiD got down from the motor to allow the deceased flexibility to follow the Fulani. Adam revealed that the deceased succeeded in crossing the Fulani man with his motorcycle but the Fulani man pulled out pistol and shot him in the chest and he died instantly.
The body of the deceased has since been laid to rest according to the customs of the Islamic teachings. Meanwhile, the suspect is still on the run!
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