400 Level ABU Student Killed in Kano (Photos)

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An undergraduate student of Ahmadu Bello University (ABU) Zaria has been killed in Kano.

The Abusites gathered that Abdulsalam Muhammad who until his death was a 400 level student of Metallurgical Engineering was killed yesterday by some unknown gunmen at his family house at yakasai in the heart of Kano city.

According to his friend and colleague who shared the information with The Abusites, Abdulsalam was a very promising, committed, and charismatic student.

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In a tribute, Saleem Mohammed described him as a friend, college colleague, University coursemate, and classmate.

Saleem Said, “I love him for his decency, care, and respect to humanity. A world first-class human being hangs around within the college, he calls me his DAD because I usually called him my SON.

“May Allah SWT in his infinite mercy bless his shortfalls, forgive him and reward him with Jannat Firdaus, please include him into your daily prayers.” He Concludes

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In another tribute, Ahmad Musa Tijjani wrote, “The way this country is going is very very alarming. The security situation is in a sorry state. People are being killed for nothing concrete Example of this is the case of Abdulsalam Mohammad ( a 400 level student of the department of Metalogical engineering at ABU Zaria. May Allah have mercy on his soul amin. SEE PHOTOS BELOW

ABU Student Killed in Kano
ABU Student Killed in Kano
ABU Student Killed in Kano
ABU Student Killed in Kano

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