How UNIMAID Lecturer Was K!lled In His Office| READ DETAILS 


How UNIMAID Lecturer Was K!lled In His Office| READ DETAILS 

A lecturer of the Department of Physical and Health Education, PHE, at the University of Maiduguri, UNIMAID, Dr. Kamar Abdulkadir has been killed in his office.


According to report, Abdulkadir was killed on Sunday when yet-to-be-identified assailants sneaked into his office and attacked him with a knife and hammer.

He was found dead in a pool of his blood with several injuries on his body.”

Zagazola Makama, a counter-insurgency expert and security analyst in the Lake Chad, in a post on his X handle said:

“His hands were peeled off when he tried to stop the attackers from stabbing him. They also used a hammer to smash his head and his spinal cord, killing him instantly.”

The assailants made away with his vehicle and other valuables, according to sources.


Confirming the lecturer’s death, the school management in a statement signed by it’s Director of Radio and Public Relations, Danjuma Gambo, on Monday, said;

The attention of Management of the University of Maiduguri has been drawn to numerous reports, rumours and misrepresentations, especially on the social media, regarding the recent, painful demise of Dr. Abdulkadir Kamar, a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Physical and Health Education.

We wish to clarify that on Monday, 1 April, 2024, Management received a report that his lifeless body was sighted in his office, following an alarm raised by members of his family.

The police and other security agencies have already launched an investigation with a view to unravelling the circumstances surrounding his death.


In view of the gravity of the matter, Management advises all staff and students to remain calm and go about their normal, legitimate businesses, as the University works closely with relevant security agencies to get to the root of the matter.

Management also wishes to assure parents, guardians and other stakeholders that the University campus remains safe and secure for teaching, learning and community service.

Management appreciates the numerous messages of sympathy and support from all its stakeholders in this moment of grief.

Professor Danjuma Gambo, Director, Radio and Public Relations For: Vice-Chancellor.