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Imo police arrest gunmen who abducted and murdered a retired General after collecting $50k as ransom from his family

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Imo police arrest gunmen who abducted and murdered a retired General after collecting $50k as ransom from his family

Men of the Imo state police command have arrested the suspected abductors and murderers of retired Major General Richard Duru. 

 

The deceased was kidnapped along Bishops Court, Area 7 Orji/Uratta Owerri, and his black Mercedes Benz G.L. 450 car with registration number LND 826 NG was snatched by the deadly syndicate on September 27, 2023. 

 

The assailants killed the victim after collecting a ransom of 50,000 US dollars from his family. This unfortunate incident caused apprehension amongst the residents of the State.

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Parading the suspects before newsmen, the state police command spokesperson, ASP Henry Okoye, said the ever-gallant operatives of the Command’s Anti-Kidnapping Unit led by CSP Oladimeji Odeyeyiwa, (i.e, the NPF Crime Buster of the Year 2023/2024) immediately commenced an intense manhunt for the criminal syndicates who are notorious on the Command’s wanted list and were able to terminate the reign of the terror group through sustain follow-up to diligently gathered intelligence which to the apprehension of the gang leader and other members of the Terror group.

 

‘’Chukwunonso Emmanuel ‘M,  a native of Uke in Idemili North L.G.A Anambra State, was arrested in Lagos while attempting to obtain a new plate number for the victim’s Mercedes Benz car. His confessions led to the Arrest of two members of the gang, Okoroigwe Goodness, 24 years ‘M’ and Innocent Ogu, 54 Yrs, old ‘m’. The suspects confessed to the crime of Kidnapping cum murder of the Retired Major General Richard Duru and equally confessed membership of the proscribed Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) /Eastern Security Network (ESN). They will certainly have their day in court upon completion of the ongoing investigation.” the Commissioner said



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