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January 3, 2017 ( Post 1 )

As we report last December, a Malaysian-based Nigerian, Friday Nduka, who returned home in preparation for his wedding, was reportedly shot dead by a police inspector, Mike Edem, attached to the NNPC Filling Station at the Control Post Junction, Owerri, Imo State.

The young man, who hailed from Oguta area of the state, had driven into the filling station to buy petrol, but in the course of the transaction, he had an altercation with one of the pump attendants over his missing iPhone 7, valued at N400,000, which led to a fight and shots fired by police.

When the Police Inspector saw that the man was dead, he quickly escaped from the premises.

Below is the update on the matter: The Police PRO for the state, Andrew Enwerem, confirmed the incident and described the action of the Inspector as very unruly and uncalled for.

He stated that the Inspector General of Police had mandated the state Commissioner of Police, Taiwo Lakanu, to make sure that the fleeing inspector was fished out from wherever he’s hiding.

The IGP was said to have ordered a high level investigation into the case. Consequently, the Police Command has declared the killer-policeman, Insp. Mike Edem, wanted.

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