Police officer shoots 18 yrs old lady over N1000 in Asaba [PHOTOS]
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Police officer shoots 18 yrs old lady over N1000 in Asaba [PHOTOS]

Stephanie James



nigpolice - Police officer shoots 18 yrs old lady over N1000 in Asaba [PHOTOS]

A police officer is currently on the run for shooting an 18 yr old lady in her abdomen over N1000 bribe. According to an activist, Prince Henry Gwamnishu, the police officer and his colleagues also attempted to destroy evidence of the shooting.

Below is a statement from Gwamnishu obtained by PoliticsNGR;

“A police officer attached to the Ibusa Divisioner Police station shot 18yrs old Sofia Ogogo and one Victor Emeagwai at a checkpoint (Attach is pictures of the car, Miss Sophia and Victor Emeagwai).

One of the officers simply identified as Sergeant Abua is allegedly on the run. After the incident on 19th November 2017, Sergeant Abua rushed to the station, dropped his Gun and ran away.

In their efforts to destroy evidence not knowing pictures of the car had already been taken, Police officers at Force Headquarters Asaba led by one CSP took the car key from Jerry Akinlabi and informed him it was ordered from Delta State Commissioner of Police and after CP Press Conference the car will be returned. Later they returned the car, with no blood stain, they also patched the bullet holes on the vehicle and painted.

The other officers who carried out the attempted murder of Sophia are currently in detention Zone 5 Benin led by ASP Akhabue Easter while one of them Sergeant Abua is still on the run.

Why will the Nigeria Police (Delta State Command) destroy evidence? 
Where is Sergeant Abua?”

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Updated on February 14, 2017 at 8:17 am