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CP briefs press on arrest of suspected killers of Nimo PG

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CP briefs press on arrest of suspected killers of Nimo PG

Our reporter - Awka - Wednesday May 01, 2019.

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CP’S PRESS BRIEFING

Good Morning Gentlemen of the Press, it is my pleasure to once again welcome you all to this press briefing today  29/4/2019 and to abreast you with the Command achievements during the month under review. 

2. It would be recalled that on the 16/4/2019 at about 8:18pm,the President General Nimo community one Chief Frank Anthony Igboka was shot and murdered by gunmen around Nimo market in Njikoka LGA of Anambra State. 

3. Following the incident, the Command  under my watch launched an aggressive manhunt of perpetrators of this dastardly act which led to the arrest of the main kingpin one Chigbo Aniegbu aka (Transformer) 'm' aged 27 years of Abba,Nimo in connection with the murder of the late President General.Other gang members are at large and effort is being intensified to apprehend them. They are ,

-Smart surname unknown 'm' 

- Chukwunonso alias (Nwasami) 

- Obinna Okafor 'm' 

Suspects have all been declared wanted by the Command and a cash reward of five million Naira (#5,000,000) was promised to anybody who provides useful information that could lead to the arrest of the suspects by His Excellency the Executive Governor of Anambra State Chief Willie Obiano. 

I wish to thank the Executive Governor of Anambra State Chief Willie Obiano for all his supports towards ensuring that Anambra State remain the safest State in the Federation. The Command equally urges the public to report any suspicious persons to the nearest Police Station or through the Command emergency number:07039194332, for prompt action, please.

Thank you and God bless.

CP Mustapha Dandaura 

Commissioner of Police,

Anambra State Police Command


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