1.1 C

Okorocha places N20m reward for information on slain Imo APC chieftain



Rochas OkorochaGovernor Rochas Okorocha of Imo State has announced a N20 million reward for any informant who can provide information on how to apprehend the killers of the All Progressives Congress (APC) chairman of Ideato North Local Government Area, Sunny Ejeagwu, who was murdered yesterday.
Okorocha announced this while briefing journalists yesterday, urging the police and other security operatives to track down and arrest the killers.
According to him, information indicates that nothing was taken from the victim’s car after the assassination, showing that it was not a case of robbery or struggling with the killers.
“Last night, we received disturbing news about the untimely death of one of our party leaders in Ideato-North, Sunny Ejeagwu (Ohaneze) who was murdered two nights ago.
We have come to a very painful moment of this our political life and those behind the killing must be brought to book. Whoever can give any useful information as to the killers of Ejeagwu, we will release the sum of twenty million Naira immediately just to make sure we arrest whoever killed this innocent soul.”
“I sympathize with the family and government will be with this family in this period of trials and pains.
Once more, let me assure all Imolites, all members of APC that we must bring to book, the killers of Ohaneze, and not too far from now”, he concluded.

…..Read directly from source

Subscribe to our magazine

━ more like this

Accept old naira notes, Oyebanji urges Ekiti banks

Ekiti State Governor, Biodun Oyebanji, has appealed to residents to continue to accept the old and new naira notes as means of transactions in...

NSCDC seizes 150 drums of Cameroon-bound petrol, arrests two

The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps in Akwa Ibom on Saturday said it seized 150 smuggled drums of petrol and arrested two suspects...

Inability to spend old N500, N1,000 notes disappointing — Osun residents

Residents of Osogbo in Osun State have decried their inability to spend the old N500 and N1,000 denominations in spite of the Supreme Court’s...


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here