UPDATE: Abia Police Arrest Policeman Who Shot And Killed Aide Of Govenor...

UPDATE: Abia Police Arrest Policeman Who Shot And Killed Aide Of Govenor Orji’s Son

Senator Theodore Orji, former Governor of Abia State
Senator Theodore Orji, former Governor of Abia State and Senator representing Umuahia North Senatorial District

Abia State Governor T. A Orji’s son was accused of ordering the killing of his aide in a political gathering in the state on Saturday, February 15th 2014.

Chinedu Orji aka “IKUKU” was alleged to have asked his orderly to shoot Mr. John Ndubuka in broad day light following a misunderstanding which ensued between them.

The Abia government went to great lengths to deny the allegation, saying Ndubuka was shot in the middle of an assassination attempt on the life of Chinedu Orji.

The Abia state police commissioner, Adamu Ibrahim, has disclosed that after a month of investigations, the police command has arrested the suspected killer of Ndubuka.

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Ibrahim, who made this known Thursday, March 13, 2014 when a delegation of Igbo World Union paid him a visit to inform him that they plan to hold a traditional rulers’ forum in Umuahia, the state capital, in April 2014, said his Command had identified the late Ndubuka’s suspected killer cop (whose name he did not disclose), and will soon charge him to court for murder, Scoop reports.

“We are ready to arraign him in court. This suspected officer, who fired the shot that resulted to the death of Ndubuka, should take responsibility for his action even though he said it was an accidental discharge,” he said.

The commissioner of police said the full identity of the suspect will be made public at the court, stating that “police are charged with the responsibility of protecting lives and not to endanger them.”


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