Why I don’t regret killing my parents – Suspect

A suspected killer of his parents, Ahmadu Munkaila and a father of five children in Gagarawa local government of Jigawa State said his parents deserved to die and was not in any way regretting killing them.

Ahmadu said this in his confessional statement to the police on Friday.

DAILY POST reported that Ahmadu killed his parents and injured two others using a pestle.

He said” I am a praise singer and my parents used to mock me and challenge me whenever I am singing praise to Prophet Muhammad SAW”

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“They used to blackmail me and condemn my action telling people I am mad they should not listen to me whenever I come to sing praises to prophet Muhammad”

Ahmadu noted that his parents deserve to die for their blasphemous comments against the prophet.

“They deserved to die due to their blasphemy against the prophet, they are abusing the prophet and their punishment is death”

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“I am planning to release my praise songs this year before the incident and I am sure I will be free before the time because God is always with a righteous person so I am not in any way regretting my action”

Ahmadu, however, said he is accusing his 70-year-old father of having affair with his wife.

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