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Shocking! Gunmen Attack Local Government Boss…What They Did To The Police Orderly Is Really Sad

A police orderly has suffered a really horrible fate as gunmen storm unleash horror on him and his boss.
File photo used only for illustrative purpose
 
A Police corp0ral attached to Mr. Cletus Ekpo, the Transition Committee Chairman of Etinan Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State, has been killed.
 
The man was killed on Monday when suspected “armed robbers”  opened fire on their vehicle.
 
According to The Punch, bullets also hit Cletus and his driver, but his orderly died immediately, as he was said to have sustained fatal injuries from the shooting.
 
It was gathered that Cletus and his team were returning from the bank where he had earlier collected some money, but the assailants were said to have left without snatching the money.
 
Cletus is a younger brother to Paul Ekpo, the Peoples Democratic Party chairman in the state.
 
He said that the assailants trailed him to Mbiokporo Bridge in Enen Nsit, Etinan, where they shot his vehicle at close range.
 
Cletus said, “I came out of a bank where I went to do a transaction. We then drove on to Aka-Etinan Road en route Etinan, where I noticed that a car was trailing us.

“As we got close to the Mbiokporo Bridge, the car drove closer and the next thing we heard were gun shots directed at us, while the attackers also made demands for the money.”
 
When contacted, the Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Cordelia Nwawe,  confirmed the incident.
 
She said that both the chairman and the driver were responding to treatment in a hospital.
 
She said, “The Police corp0ral attached to Etinan Local Government Transition chairman died while trying to shield his principal from armed robbers. The chairman and the driver are responding to treatment in a hospital.”

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