Naval officer Umar Sahid Abubakar has stabbed one Ababio Bernard out of rage having caught him in bed with his wife, leaving him with multiple wounds. Information gathered indicates tempers flared after Leading seaman Umar Sahid caught his wife in their matrimonial bed at ketan with airforce officer Ababio Bernard.
After the said incident between the pair, seaman Umar Sahid hurriedly decided to go and file a complaint against Ababio at sekondi police station for biting his index finger moreover, Ababio arrived at the same station Umar was to file a complaint against Umar for assaulting him.
Reports indicate Umar Sahid Abubakar was in possession of a military backpack which contained accessories and other multiple items which includes military uniforms, trousers, shirts, toothpaste, a canvass, an av cable which turns of to be Airforce officer Ababio's belongings.
Reports indicate Umar Sahid has been detained to assist with further investigations whiles Ababio has been issued for treatment.
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