Dec 2nd, 2014 – Picture: Nigerian Man Arrested In Ghana For Killing Brother In Staged Robbery Attack
- Nigerian Student, Sikkim University Undergraduate Stabbed Brother To Death In Accra Ghana”I Killed My Brother And Faked Robbery Attack” – Musa
- I Stabbed My Brother To Death In Accra Ghana Under Drug Influence
Pictured above is 22-year-old Mustapha Musa Osmani, one of the Nigerian students reportedly injured in an armed robbery attack in Ghana last week.
As earlier reported by NaijaGists.com, some masked robbers stormed the house of 3 Nigerian Undergraduates in Accra Ghana and stabbed them with knives after dispossessing them of their belongings.
As at the time of this report, a new twist to the story has surfaced.
Mustapha Musa has confessed to the police that he was the one who attacked his brothers at their residence.
Musa confessed to staging the robbery attack in order to cover up evidence.
The suspect broke down in front of live television telling journalists that he did it under the influence of a drug.
“I was out of control. I do not know why I did that. I have never quarrelled with my brothers since we arrived in Ghana two years ago to further our education,” he said while sobbing at their residence in Accra New Town.
Mustapha and his 2 brothers are undergraduates at Sikkim Manipal University, near the Kwame Nkrumah Circle.
One of them died while the other one sustained multiple stab wounds.
Hear what a Ghana-based Nigerian said about the whole saga:
I am a Nigerian and i cannot fathom why these poison hatred for Ghana which is so peaceful and kind. Look, we Nigerian students in Ghana are very satisfied about our stay in this Country because their system of education is robust and efficient. If the situation in Nigeria were better we wouldn’t have left.
See, in Ghana 4yrs means 4yrs and not donkey years as in the case of Nigeria. Their educational system is in order that means you don’t have to worry about strikes and so on. In Ghana, all private universities are accredited by the National Accreditation Board which ensures that the universities deliver quality education. There are over 36 private universities here but interestingly none of them issues certificate on their own. In order words a private university must by Law be affiliated to public universitues to offer degree programmes. And so it is the public university which supervises and awards certificate to graduands upon completion of the course. This simple fit is what is lacking in Nigeria. In essence all graduate have the benefit of holding certificate awarded by a public university in ghana. Education in Ghana is of high quality because they have a system that works. Private univeristies we attend are supervised by public universities and the National Accreditation Board. And they visit the universities every semester to conduct lecturer – student surveys.
All these are verifiable facts you can check on the net to ascertain the truth.The purpose of my leter here is not to suggest that my Country Nigeria has a weak system but to point out the obvious which is vital for efficiency.
Anyway, it has been announced that the brother of the deceased has confessed to staging the armed robbery that ended Nazif Osman’s Life. May Allah save Nigeria and Ghana.
The suspect’s brother Nazif Osmani died in the attack while the second one, Jamiru Osmani is currently recovering in the hospital.
What a wicked world!