Unknown gunmen on Tuesday killed a cop whose name is yet to be distinguished at the hour of recording this report at Onueke market in Ezza South Neighborhood Government Space of Ebonyi State.
An observer, who addressed columnists on the state of obscurity, said the obscure shooters similarly set on fire a vehicle in the wake of denying one of the mainstream business banks situated at Onueke.
Talksafrica Media accumulated that, no less than three regular folks were purportedly shot and confiscated of their assets by the rampaging shooters who raged the bustling Onueke town.
The police officer that was killed, it was accumulated, close by his partners, were attempting to repulse the criminals who held the town prisoner for over 60 minutes, however was unfortunately shot dead by the burglars.
The equipped burglars were said to have first assaulted a home of a local specialist recognized as Azuoba, close to the continuous air terminal undertaking of Ebonyi State Government, where they purportedly harmed vehicles and other property in his compound.
From there on, they followed someone else to another age bank at Onueke and shot him.
The casualty whose name couldn’t be determined at the hour of documenting this report, was said to have gone to the bank to store some when the looters found him.
The rampaging equipped burglars who were supposed to be around six in number, as per sources, continued to the Onueke principle town, where they burglarized a fuel station, lager sellers, PoS administrators and others of their monies and different resources.
However, a few group from the space who addressed our journalist said two police officers were slaughtered.
In any case, the State Official for Inside Security and Line Harmony, Hon Stanley Okoro Emegha, just affirmed the executing of one cop in the assault.
He, nonetheless, said the burglary assault had nothing to do with the banned Native Individuals of Biafra, IPOB.
Endeavors to arrive at the Ebonyi State Police order to talk on the matter, as of the hour of recording this report fizzled.