Before you go! Share this content on any social media platform



The crisis that shook the Enugu State Chapter of the All Progressives Congress (APC) yesterday became more messy, as a suspected hired assassin, who was sent to the residence of the state party chairman. Ben Nwoye invaded, shot a police officer and seriously injured.
This was when a section of police officers took over the residence of the APC chief in Independence Layout, Enugu.

The Guardian learned that the incident occurred around 2:30. Sergeant Gerald Eke, whose body was riddled with bullets, fought to survive in the National Orthopedic Hospital. Nwoye said, "I heard something pop at the main gate and thought it was some of my helpers who came in late, the bang lasted about 10 minutes or more and the gate finally opened, I heard footsteps and thought they were among my workers ,

"A few minutes later, the lights went out, so I called my driver to turn on the generator, but he did not dial, so I called the chief police officer, Inspector Charles Ugwu, and he went downstairs and a few minutes later I stopped It was about 1 am Then, a few minutes later, I heard cries from one of my police officers, Gerald Eke, that he had been beaten, that they had killed him, and I started calling the police chief and they answered and started to radio everywhere I looked through the window and saw smoke and people take off.

I came down and saw Eke gush with blood from his whole body. His weapon was stolen. We took him to Parklane Hospital, but they could not help his case and took us to the orthopedic hospital, where he received emergency treatment. "It was a politically calculated attempt in my life, those behind it should be arrested and prosecuted." "When this thing started earlier, I made reports." During our preparation time, one of the aspirants mobilized thugs to dispel what we were doing I strongly believe that what has happened has to do with the crisis in our party, and that some people are trying to become the APC chairman to face governor candidates. "

He complained that Enugu was gradually returning to the dark ages when people were unable to fulfill their legal duties or sleep at night for fear of being killed.

Before you go! Share this content on any social media platform

Source link

SOURCE: TORI.NG TMZ.COM BELLANAIJA.COM POLITICSNGR.COM
STELLADIMOKOKORKUS.COM LINDAIKEJISBLOG.COM
WITHINNIGERIA.COM NAIJABLITZ.COM STARGIST.COM
JOELSBLOG.COM.NG YABALEFTONLINE.NG CELEBNEWS.COM
AMONPOINTTV.COM NIGERIANFINDER.COM
SAHARAREPORTERS.COM CORRECTBAE.NG LIFEHACKER.COM
PEREZHILTON.COM NIGERIATODAY.NG BAYDORZBLOGNG.COM
SPYNIGERIA.NG AUTOJOSH.COM

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.