Sad: PDP Member, Solomon Akumagba Assassinated By Unknown Gunmen In Delta State

Published 4 weeks ago by: Chris_brazz
at 03:43 PM, 18/09/2019 (4 weeks ago)

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A staunch member of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP in Delta state, Solomon Ukueberuwa Akumagba, has been assassinated.

Akumagba was shot dead at close range by masked men along Odion road off Cemetrery road in Warri South local government area last night September 17th.

The masked men came in an Ash-Colour Toyota Corolla and shot their victim at his right hand while they shot him twice in the head to ensure he died on the spot. The victim was said to be going about his revenue collector's job under the Warri south local government when he was killed. His killers were said to have taken his mobile phone after murdering him.

The state police command is yet to react to the unfortunate incident.


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Slimchery at 03:49 PM, 18/09/2019 (4 weeks ago)
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I don't know why to be kill means nothing to the people of Nigeria anymore, everyday killings for no reasons
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