Imo Police Parades Suspected Murderers Of Former Dep. Gov’s Aide

| February 8, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Imo state Police Public relations officer Mr Vitalis Onugu has revealed the identities of the suspected murderers of the Former Director Of Protocol to Imo Deputy Governor, Laz Anyanwu.

Two men Udoka Ibe from Ikeduru Local Government and Chigaemezu Onyewenu from Mbaitoli Local Government both from Imo State have been nabbed by the Police and identified as the killers of the Late Mr Laz Anyanwu former director of protocol to the deputy Governor of Imo State, Jude Agbaso.

Mr. Laz Anyanwu was declared missing Saturday, January 12 and his mutilated body was later found at Orodo, Mbaitoli local council area of Imo State.

While Parading the suspects at the Imo State Police Command headquarters in Owerri the Imo state capital, the Imo state Police Public relations officer Mr Vitalis Onugu said on getting the information of the murder, the command immediately swung into action and informed the Special Anti-Robbery Squad in Anambra state to also assist them in apprehending the killers.

Mr Vitalis Onugu disclosed that the suspects were arrested less than 2 weeks after the incident.

The suspects were apprehended at their residence in Mbaitoli Local government area where three AK 47 rifles, 280 rounds of ammunition and 23 magazines were also recovered from them.

Meanwhile the suspects confirmed that they truly killed Mr Laz, who tried to wrestle the gun with them when he was kidnapped. However, the police promised to make further investigations on the matter and fish out their sponsors.

Mr Laz Anyanwu former director of protocol to the Imo state deputy Governor was gruesomely murdered last month was laid to rest yesterday at his country home in Amaimo in Ikeduru Local government area of Imo state.


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