Suicide: My son didn’t drink Sniper — Mother | Dailytrust

Suicide: My son didn’t drink Sniper — Mother

Amina Ishak, mother of Abdulmalik Kabir Garba, who was alleged to have committed suicide, yesterday denied that her son drank Sniper to kill himself.

There were reports of Abudulmalik committing suicide on February 21st, in the media. The reports alleged that he drank Sniper and died in his friend’s shop in Dilimi area of Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State.

But the mother of the deceased, on Monday, claimed the circumstances surrounding her son’s death were questionable and only the security could unravel the cause of his death.

“There was no any pressure or disturbances in him before and even the day of his death because, on that very Sunday, he went for morning football training as he used to do and returned home. He took his bath and went to his business area and only for me to be called that my first son was dead after taking him to the hospital,” she said.

She insisted that there was no reason for someone to say that he drank Sniper and died instantly, adding that, “Two days before his demise, my son returned from Bauchi State where he collected his diploma certificate at Federal Polytechnic, Bauchi, to proceed with his education.

“This is somebody who has prepared to proceed to a university. So, the whole thing is mysterious and we call on the security to investigate the matter and bring to book whoever is involved in the killing,” the mother added.

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