Bullet proof charm: native doctor shoots man to death.

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A 45-year-old native medicine seller, Usman Saidu of Kakumi village in Bakori Local Government Area of Katsina State was yesterday, kept behind
bars over alleged criminal conspiracy and culpable homicide.

Saidu had on December 22, 2017, at Gobirawa village in Safana Local Government Area of the state, administered a native
medicine that he claimed could repel bullets on one 27-year-old Aliyu Yahuza. A Police prosecutor, Inspector
Sani Ado, told Bakori Magistrate Court that after Yahuza drank the
concoction, a dane gun was brought to test the efficacy of the
medicine on him. He added that Saidu reportedly fired at Yahuza’s chest, killing
him on the spot.

Inspector Ado told the court that investigation was still in progress on the case and requested for an adjournment, which the court
granted.

Hajiya Falila Dikko of the Magistrate Court, however, directed that Saidu be remanded in prison custody till February 22 when the matter would be heard.

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