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20-year-old kills father for appearing in dream as bird

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There was confusion in Madakiya village in Zangon Kataf Local Council of Kaduna State when 20-year-old David Felix allegedly killed his biological father in their residence.

Sources said the culprit alleged that he decided to kill his father’s life, because he consistently appeared in his dreams as a bird with a human face, attempting to harm him.

Confirming the development, yesterday, the spokesperson for Kaduna State Police Command, Mansur Hassan, lamented the rising cases of crime among youths in the state.

He expressed shock over the incident of the boy who killed his father in Zangon Kataf on account of seeing him in a dream as a bird.

According to him, the incident occurred on 30 September, but the boy was arrested on Wednesday.

He said the boy will soon be charged to court when the investigation is concluded.

Hassan said: “This is a strange development. When the boy was arrested, he told us that he had to take the life of his father because he always appears to him in a dream as a bird, and trying to attack him”.

“During interrogation at the State Police Command Headquarters in Kaduna, the suspect admitted to the crime, while expressing regret for his actions.

“Felix claimed that he took ‘this extreme step’ after waking up from sleep, using a pestle to assault his father while the father was asleep”.

Meanwhile, sources at the police Command said they will not take anything for chances in this case.

According to a Senior police officer at the Command, “The boy’s health profile will also be investigated and examined thoroughly. The police will further look into the medical record of the boy”.

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