Drunk Father Gives Reason For Killing Two-Year-Old Daughter In Adamawa

A father of six, Ayuba Danbaki has been arrested by the Adamawa State Police Command for allegedly killing his two-year-old daughter.

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The 35-year-old Danbaki was said to have allegedly murdered his daughter after the child’s mother, Shiyona Ali, dropped her with him at a drinking joint the night of the incident.

According to Ali, who reported the matter at the police station, she dropped the child off with the father as she had become tired of solely caring for her.

Reports say sources at the police station, say that the suspect strangled his child with a rope before burying her in a shallow grave.

On his part, while confessing to the crime at the station, Danbaki blamed alcohol and his wife’s behaviour for his actions.

“I killed my daughter because I became angry as to the reason why her mother will dump her with me at a local joint. I used a rope and tied her neck, dug a grave, and buried her.

“I am married and blessed with six children including the deceased. I became angry with her mother’s actions. It was a mistake. I drink local beer known as ‘burukutu.’ I want to use this opportunity to advise people not to drink beer because it is not good.

“It makes someone become useless. In fact, a drunk man sometimes defecates in his trouser, vomit, or fall on the ground. It makes you do something and later regret it,” Danbaki said

The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, SP Suleiman Nguroje confirmed the incident and said the Commissioner of Police, CP Babatola Afolabi, has ordered the case be transferred to the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for further investigation.

In other news, Kanyi Daily reported that the Senator representing FCT at the senate, Ireti Kingibe has reacted to the gaffe suffered by Senate President, Godswill Akpabio during plenary on Monday.

Akpabio was captured on live television and before press cameras saying money has been sent to the accounts of lawmakers to enjoy their recess.

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