Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in BayelsClassmates and friends of Onyeukwu obinna Gerald, a 100 level student of the Department of Petrochemical in the Niger Delta University shot and killed by a personnel of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corp in Bayelsa State, held a procession few days ago. Late Obinna was killed at the Efeke-Ama area of Amassoma community, Southern Ijaw Local Council Area, around 10:30pm on Saturday, August 10. 
Photos: Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in Bayelsa It was gathered the killer NSCDC official was part of a team of security personnel attached to a politician, Chief Abel Ebifemowei, alias OSUO1, who is also a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Bayelsa.It was gathered the killer NSCDC official was part of a team of security personnel attached to a politician, Chief Abel Ebifemowei, alias OSUO1, who is also a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress in Bayelsa.   Confirming the incident, Public Relations Officer of the NDU, Indoni Ingezi, said the incident was a case of accidental discharge;“Yes, I can confirm that the incident happened but it was off the campus where a security detail missed fire during a political event.”The suspect is said to have been arrested by men of the Amassoma Police Division even as investigation into the matter continues. Photos: Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in Bayelsa
Photos: Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in BayelsaPhotos: Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in Bayelsa
Photos: Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in BayelsaPhotos: Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in BayelsaThe post Photos: Niger Delta University students hold procession for colleague shot dead by NSCDC in Bayelsa appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.
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