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Thursday, April 2, 2020

COVID-19 Lockdown,day 2: Pandemonium in ugbuwangue, Warri ,Delta state as soldier allegedly murders a man

 COVID-19 Lockdown,day 2: Pandemonium in ugbuwangue, Warri ,Delta state as soldier allegedly murders a man
 COVID-19 Lockdown,day 2: Pandemonium in ugbuwangue, Warri ,Delta state as soldier allegedly murders a man 


An unidentified soldier supposedly shot dead a youthful man, distinguished as Joseph Pessu and a father of two, along the Ugbuwangue hub of the NPA Expressway, Warri, Delta state. It was learnt that the occurrence happened at almost 9:40am on Thursday, whereas the casualty was riding his motorcycle bike. It was assembled that the deceased was hailed down by a group of the security agents, who gave a hot chase, when he denied to halt for legitimate identification. Vexed by his activity, one of the officers was said to have pointed and shot him dead. The casualty, imagined wearing a white shirt and ruddy pants, soaked in blood, was allegedly taken to the Police Region Command, Warri as sympathizers run the scene. Sources around the scene of the occurrence said that he was chased to the scene of the awful occurrence, with discharges to the bike’s tyres. 

“An armed force officer fair
 shot one man in Ugbuwangue. He was riding a motorcycle and they attempted to halt him, but he denied. One of the officers shot him. He died instantly,” a source reported.
Recall that the Delta State Government had declared a lockdown across the state for 14 days, which started on Wednesday.

In any case, as it were those on fundamental obligations are exempted from the order, as expressed by Governor Ifeanyi Okowa, who cautioned that security agents will be conveyed over the state to uphold the directive. Meanwhile, young people of the zone were said to have taken to the roads and the expressway in dissent of the death. But the chairman of Warri South committee region, Dr. Michael Tidi, nearby a political pioneer within the territory, Chief Vincent Okudolor, who went to the area, called for calm. State Commissioner of Police, Hafiz Inuwa, affirmed the advancement, including that the opportune mediation of the Warri Area Commander, doused the brewing pressure within the area. “If not for the Area Commander Warri, a few individuals would have dissented. He rapidly moved in and soaked the brewing tension,” Inuwa said. Efforts to induce the sector 1 Commander, Operation Delta Secure (OPDS), Colonel Many Garba, to comment on the issue, were unsuccessful as at the time of recording this report.

Meanwhile, some community boys(Angry Warri youths on Thursday morning, took law into their hands and attacked some of the soldiers team deployed to enforce the state government's sit at home order. 

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