Gunmen strike again, kill 4 policemen at Enugu checkpoint

By AdvocateNews on 13/02/2022

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Barely 48 hours after four policemen were killed inside Enugu Capital City, another four operatives were reportedly killed at another checkpoint in the outskirts of Enugu state capital.

A source told The Advocate that the unknown gunmen who operated in Sienna and Lexus Jeep stormed the checkpoint and gunned down the policemen on duty.

The latest incident reportedly occurred Saturday afternoon at Obeagu in Enugu South Local Government Area..

Information on the incident was still sketchy at the time of this report but sources say about four policemen lost their lives in the attack,” the report said.

Enugu Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, ASP Daniel Ndukwe, could not be reached on the development by press time.

Posted 13/02/2022 12:08:50 AM

 

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