The killing of Najeebat Sule demonstrates the chaotic world we find ourselves in where the survival of the fittest is aptly given a new dimension.
Najeebat Sul was brutally shot dead almost weeks ago steps away from her residence in the 8800 block of Frankford Avenue.
The police have not found a motive and made no arrests, leaving Sule’s family and friends searching for answers. She had only recently earned a Master’s degree in public health.
Magaji was among the last people to have seen Sule alive before she was gunned down. The two women had spent the night before at Magaji’s home, eating snacks and watching Netflix together.
Less than 24 hours later, Sule was sitting in her grey Toyota Corolla, exchanging text messages with Magaji, when an unidentified man walked up to the vehicle with a gun drawn and shot her several times.
Sule’s father, Adewale Sule, heard the gunfire and emerged from the house just in time to see the suspect fire the last of the shots at his daughter. “I saw the guy shooting my daughter. He shot the last round, and I pursued him. He ran back to his car,” said the father.
Najeet was rushed to Jefferson Torresdale Hospital, where she was pronounced dead about 30 minutes later. Her mother, Tawakalitu Sule, said she last heard from Najeet less than two hours before the shooting when her daughter asked her when she would be home. Najeet is survived by her parents and two sisters.
To pay our last respect to her, we have gathered some photos to let our readers know who she really was as regards her personality. See below;