FIRS staff shot dead in Abuja

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Unknown gunmen reportedly shot dead a middled-aged man, Khalid Bichi in Maitama, Abuja.

Security analyst, Zagazola Makama announced the unfortunate news on his X page, Saturday morning.

Khalid Bichi, a staff of the Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), was trailed by his killers and shot many times after he went to get food around Maitama at about 9pm.

He was rushed to Maitama General Hospital where he eventually died.


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According to the security expert, Mr Bichi, is a friend to influential politicians.

He will be laid to rest by 1:30pm today after a funeral prayer at the Abuja National Mosque.

FIRS staff shot dead in Abuja
FIRS staff shot dead in Abuja

Khalid Bichi

Reacting to the incident, ex presidential aide, Bashir Ahmad wrote:

“What is this thing I woke up to on the timeline? Oh Allah! @Khalid_Bichi was shot dead by unknown people at Maitama? I am totally heartbroken. May Allah forgive him and reward him with Jannah al-Firdaus. Ameen!!”


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