Inspector Kills Sergeant, Injures Four Others in Imo

By Demilade Bakare
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A police inspector has reportedly shot dead a colleague, a sergeant in Imo State.

According to reports, the inspector, Okebata reportedly shot dead his colleague, a sergeant, identified as Iseke Korodama on Wednesday midnight August 10, took place at Agwa- Ejemekwuru Road in the Oguta Local Government Area of the state.


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It was gathered that three other police officers and a civilian were injured.

A source said;

“The victims are the operatives from the Surveillance team of the command headquarters. The attacking team is from the Ambassador Unit.” 

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Another source revealed that the victims were riding in an unmarked vehicle when they were attacked. He said;

“It was an operational error. The offensive team mistook them to be criminals who were on their way to attack Ogboaku police station.”

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Those injured have been identified as Inspector Saviour Isong, Inspector Samuel Chukwuekezi, Sergeant Okija Darlington, and the driver, Emmanuel Onyemana.

The driver conveying the team was also injured and is still in critical condition.

These men, especially Inspector Korodama, had worked with the Officer Commanding (O. C) Ambassadors Squad, Egbema, Inspector Chikadia Okebata (‘Kill and Bury’) at Egbema and they met each other that same night before the incident.


“The policemen got a signal that a group of bandits were preparing an attack and were headed their way, so they positioned to intercept the hoodlums. So when an unmarked Mini-bus moving at night with heavily armed occupants came their way, they mistook them for the hoodlums and tried to demobilize them. That is what I heard until we see an official statement from the command.”

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