Three Die In Abia Community Over Protest

Three Die In Abia Community Over Protest 

Three persons have died in Ukwa West local government area of Abia State following a community protest.

Although sources have said that the reported killing of a 36-year-old Israel Nwaobilor, a tipper driver, who hails from Umuorie community in Ukwa West LGA sparked the killing of two other persons.

According to THE NATION,  youths of the area protested the killing of their kinsman by suspected herdsmen’.
Sources have disclosed that residents of the area are living in fear over the possible arrest of innocent citizens by police and other security agencies.Information Guide Nigeria
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THE NATION reports that a source in Ukwa West said: “I learnt the late Isreal Nwaobilor had gone to load sand in his tipper when he was abducted by some gunmen said to be herdsmen.

“It was gathered that there was no official report at the police in charge of the area over the missing of Obilor.

“His killing which happened on the 18th of June was said to have happened a few weeks after a woman was kidnapped and killed by suspected herdsmen.Jamb Result

“According to the report, a search was conducted and his corpse was not found. His body was said to have been found in the bush days later by some persons who later reported the matter to the police.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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