Obudu: Family Of DPO Violently Killed Petitions Police IG, Name 6 Suspects

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By Archibong Jeremiah

Family of Divisional Police Officer, SP Gabriel Amawu (Obudu division, Northern Cross River) who was shot dead in the station has petitioned the Inspector General of Police.

The family in its petition fingered six (6) of the late Commissioner’s subordinates as possible suspects and called for speedy investigation.

See the petition dated 20th March, 202 below.

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