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Nwoko’s murder: police investigation deepens

The Police investigation into the death of one prophet Nwoko, who is said to have been one of the members of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) in Enugu which the police has begun is deepened

The Command’s Public Relations Officer PRO, SP Ebere Amaraizu,  disclosed this in a statement made available to newsmen in Enugu on Friday. Amaraizu said that the incident happened on April 16, 2019.

The Vanguard report revealed that the deceased, Prophet Anthony Nwoko, was allegedly found dead in his room at Ezebungu Street of Ugbene 2 axis of Trans Ekulu, Enugu. “The Commissioner of Police, Mr Sulaiman Balarabe, on receipt of the report, directed the operatives of the homicide section of the state Criminal Investigations Department (CID) to conduct diligent investigations. The commissioner has directed them to unravel the mystery and bring those behind who may be behind it to book,” he said.

The police spokesman said that the body of the deceased had been deposited at the Collier Hospital mortuary while investigations continued.

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