Hanifa’s Murder: Court Sentences Proprietor To Death By Hanging

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The Presiding Judge of Kano State High Court, Justice Usman Na’abba, on Thursday sentenced, Tanko Abdulmalik proprietor of Nobel Kids Academy and North West Preparatory School to five years imprisonment for the four-count charges leveled against him.

The court sentenced the proprietor of Nobel Kids Academy and North West Preparatory School, Abdulmalik Tanko, to death for the kidnap and killing of five-year-old schoolgirl, Hanifa Abubakar.

Kano State Governor, Abdullahi Ganduje, earlier this year had vowed to sign the death sentence without further delay if given by the court.

Hanifa was a pupil of Noble Kids Comprehensive College – a school located in Kwanar ‘Yan Gana in Tudun Murtala Quarters in Nassarawa Local Government Area of the state.

She was abducted by Mr Tanko who demanded ransom from her parents and was reported to have killed her in December last year.

Following the suspect’s arrest, the state government arraigned Tanko alongside two others at the State High Court.