NEWS: POLICE HAVE ARRESTED TWO SUSPECTED IPOB MEMBERS OVER THE KILLING OF FOUR HAUSAS IN ABRAKA

Two suspected IPOB members have been arrested by the Delta State police command over the killing of Hausas person in Abraka market, Delta state following gunshots fired on Friday 15th by three arm men in black outfits, suspected to be IPOB members.

 The Delta State Commissioner of Police,CP Zanna Mohammed Ibrahim disclosed this in a statement signed by the Delta State Acting Police Public Relations Officer,DSP Andrew Ania.aka.

The two suspects arrested for shooting in the area predominantly inhabited by non-indigenes of the state and in the process killing four persons, while injuring many, include 24-year-old Abraham Ndudi from Kwale in Delta and 21-year-old Okereke Ifeanyi from Ogbaru, Anambra State.

CP Ibrahim gave the names of the suspects as Abraham Ndudi ‘m’, 24 years old from Kwale, and Okereke Ifeanyi ‘m’, 21 yrs from Kwale and Ogbaru in Delta and Anambra States.
CP Ibrahim Stated that the suspects were arrested from their hiding place on the ceiling of a major hotel in Abraka, Asaba, where they had fled into in their dire bid to escape arrest noting that they are already helping the police in their investigation.
The Police boss also stated that efforts are on top gear to arrest the third suspect, whose real name is yet unknown but simply identified as Last Burial.
While promising that investigation has commenced on the incident with a view to finding out the motive behind the shooting and the possible involvement of other conspirators in the unwarranted shooting and wounding of innocent persons, CP Ibrahim enjoined the non indigenes and indigenes alike not to panic or even contemplate any reprisal action as the law will surely take its course.



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