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Police investigate death of FAAN manager, Abdulrahaman Musa

The death of Abdulrahaman Musa, Assistant General Manager (AGM), Electrical Engineering Department, Federal Airport Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) in Lagos, has sparked an investigation.

Adekunle Ajisebutu, the Lagos Public Relations Officer, confirmed the probe to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Sunday.

The crime is being investigated by the Abattoir Police Division, according to the spokeswoman.

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“I’m not aware of any arrests,” Ajisebutu continued.

FAAN General Manager, Public Affairs, Henrietta Yakubu, revealed that a committee of investigation had been formed by the management.

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The agency will wait for the committee’s report, according to Yakubu.

The deceased’s younger brother, Nuhu Momoh, told NAN that he left home on Sunday 31st October 2021, and never returned.

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The siblings said the family later found his car along old Abeokuta road, beside Bola Event Center, involved in a mild accident.

Momoh said eyewitnesses confirmed his brother was okay and came down by himself.

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  1. Yes he need to be investigate because this is

    act of wickedness and this killing things in this

    country must stop, may his soul rest in peace

    and God will continue to protect us from unseen


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