FCT Chief Judge’s son murdered in Northern Cyprus, says Dabiri

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August 24, 2020|RAZORNEWS

Ibrahim Khaleel, son of the Chief Judge of the Federal Capital Territory, Justice Ishaq Bello, has reportedly been murdered in Northern Cyprus.

Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Abike Dabiri-Erewa, revealed this on her official Twitter handle, @abikedabiri, today.

According to Mrs. Dabiri-Erewa, Khaleel, 25, was a student in Northern Cyprus.

She said the deceased was one of the many Nigerians killed in the country in recent times.

Dabiri noted too many Nigerian students had died mysteriously in Northern Cyprus, a country not recognised by the United Nations.

Dabiri disclosed that the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, had already reported the matter to Interpol.

She promising that the federal government would not relent until justice is done.

Dabiri wrote, “I received a petition from Justice Bello, whose son Ibrahim Khaleel, a 25-year-old student was killed in Northern Cyprus. Too many Nigerian students have died mysteriously in Northern Cyprus, a country not recognised by the UN. Only recognized by Turkey.

“The matter is already with the Interpol, courtesy of the AGF. Several Nig students and many black students have died mysteriously in Northern Cyprus in the last few years. We will not relent until we get answers.”


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