Army Corporal, 6 Others Arrested For Killing Police Inspector In Bekwarra

In Breaking News, Crime, Reports

By Jonathan Ugbal

An Army Corporal, Awotayo Femi attached to 707 Special Force Brigade in Makurdi, Benue state and six others are said to be cooling their feet in detention now after they allegedly killed a Police Inspector, Christopher Achong in Bekwarra local government area on Friday.

The late Inspector Christopher Achong. (Credit: Facebook)

Police sources say Mr. Achong was on patrol duty at the Anyikang axis of the Ogoja – Katsina Ala highway when at about 9:45 AM, his team stopped a commercial vehicle for search.

The bus, a Ford Galaxy was said to be conveying passengers to Calabar and following a heated argument which degenerated to a physical confrontation, Inspector Achong was said to fatally injured and died at the General Hospital in Bekwarra which is operated by the Bakor Hospital consortium.

The passengers and driver were later arrested and alongside the bus, transferred to the State command at Diamond hill in Calabar where sources say they are been questioned.

Unconfirmed information reaching CrossRiverWatch suggests that the Army is willing to release Corporal Femi for investigation and possible prosecution.

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