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The Delta Police Command has affirmed the capture of two people regarding last Friday’s assault at the prominent Abraka market in Asaba in which four people were purportedly killed.

 Delta State Commissioner of Police Ibrahim Zanna

The order put forth this known in an announcement in Asaba by its representative, DSP Andrew Aniamaka on Saturday.


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The Delta Police Command has in the early hours of Saturday, sixteenth September, 2017 captured two suspects to be specific: Abraham Ndudi from Kwale, Delta State and Okereke Ifeanyi from Ogbaru in Anambra State.

 “The suspects were captured for their claimed association in the devious shooting and killing of four people at the famous Abraka showcase in Asaba on Friday, Sept. fifteenth, 2017 at around 10:45pm,” the representative said.

 He included that the summon has heightened endeavors to capture the third suspect, known just by his nom de plume, “Last Burial”.

 Aniamaka said the equipped suspects, who are associated individuals with the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) or mystery faction, had at around 10:45 pm last Friday night let go unpredictably into the market.

 As per the police representative, Abraka showcase in the state capital is transcendently occupied by non-indigenes of the state and that the shooting left four people dead.

He gave the names of the casualties as: Usman Abdullahi; Ali Sidi;Ibrahim Zubairu and Hauwa (surname obscure), while five others with gunfire wounds are at present recovering at the Federal Medical Center, Asaba.

“The Command wishes to guarantee general society that examination has started on the episode with a view to discovering the thought process behind the shooting and the conceivable inclusion of different schemers in the ridiculous assault.

“Delta Command, Commisioner of Police, Zanna M. Ibrahim, orders the non indigenes and indigenes alike not to freeze or even mull over any retaliation activity as the law will unquestionably follow through to its logical end,” Aniamaka said.

He guaranteed non indigenes of the condition of the dedication of the police and sister security offices to guarantee their wellbeing and that of indigenes consistently.

He said that the police would meet with the authority of non-indigenes and other key performing artists in the state over the deplorable episode on Saturday at the Police Officers Mess, Okwe, Asaba.

(NAN)

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